Vaccinations & drenching equipment are used to administer measurable health care on livestock.
vaccination are normally given via a syringe and needles, however some are given through the water supply or intranasally. Many vaccinations come in multi-dose canisters that must be calibrated to provide the correct amount when used with automatic syringes.
There are a variety of them. The type of syringe and needle to use depends on the species to be injected, the animal’s age and breed, and the location of the body where it will be vaccinated.
Capacity: there are 1mL, 2mL, 5mL, 10mL, 20mL and 50mL which are commonly used in veterinary instruments.
Needle caliber: The size of the needle used, in terms of size and length, also changes with syringes. The gauge is the thickness of the needle hole; The length is how long the needle is.
These are larger syringes made of stainless steel, as opposed to disposable syringes. They’re built to last a long time, may be reused indefinitely, and you can choose how much you inject in each application.
refers to a process of administering a drug or a medicine to an animal for its overall well-being. The intake of the drug/medicine treatment is done orally with the help of Drenching Guns. There are two different set of needs, the most common of them are Broad Spectrum Drenches and Narrow Spectrum Drenches. While Broad Spectrum Drenches focus on a wide range of treatment, the Narrow Spectrum Drenches target a restricted range of internal parasite types.
Drench Gun- Used to administer precise amounts of liquid medications to cattle, sheep, goats, and horses. The hooked portion is placed in the animal’s mouth to administer the liquid medication.