BOCK'S Blue Numbered Dewlap Boc-Loc Plastic Tag #s 51 thru 75
Description of BOCK'S Blue Numbered Dewlap Boc-Loc Plastic Tag #s 51 thru 75 in stock ships immediately:
If you have a problem losing ear tags, try the Boc-Loc® Brisket Dewlap Tag. These non rigid plastic tags come with hasp and plastic cover in 8 bright fade resistant colors. Tag is applied into the brisket, an area with few nerves in the skin, the tag is always and easily visible and will not snag like ear tags can. The plastic covered metal hasp prevents infection. Electro-Welded Numbers: 1-999
Key Benefit of BOCK'S Blue Numbered Dewlap Boc-Loc Plastic Tag #s 51 thru 75:
The numbers on the tag are hot melted into the tag, allowing for years of easy-reading service. Dewlap tags stay in year after year. Apply at the junction of the neck and brisket; clip hair with clippers and punch hole through the loose skin with the applicator. The U-shaped plastic- coated wire is then placed through this hole and the tag placed over the wire. The ends are then bent over to hold the tag in place. Comes complete with hasp.
Size: 2 1/2" x 3"
Apply with Toggle Punch and Bending Tool
History of the Boc-Loc brisket tag: The Boc-Loc brisket tag was one of Bock's major innovations when it was introduced in 1967. The tag was named after founder George Bock, and the tag's lock-on feature. The Boc-Loc is made of EVA, a non-rigid plastic.
The metal hasp is covered to prevent infection, and it cannot rust.
The numbers on the tag are hot melted into the tag, allowing for years of easy-reading service.
The Boc-Loc brisket tag is the most unique tag available to the cattle industry. It is the only truly permanent, easily visible tag, functional from day old, till the cow is sold.
It is not uncommon for Boc-Loc brisket tags to last from 10 to 12 years. This makes it the best tag available for your breeding stock. The Boc-Loc tag is extremely popular in Canada and the Upper Midwest of the United States, and is also sold in Great Britain. The popularity of the tag is growing in other portions of the United States. The Boc-Loc tag can be put on an animal as young as 1 day old. Then no adjustment to the tag is ever necessary as the animal grows. Located in the brisket, an area with few nerves in the skin, it can be put on with minimal discomfort to the animal. The tag is always visible and will not snag, and the tag does not require any chain or rope to stay attached.