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Towels Clean docking, castrating and dunking equipment for newborns Ear Tags and Tagger IP lamb injection on cold nights Stallion Catheter adapated to 60 cc syringe Stomach Tube Warming Box/Tub - Hair Dryer Heat Lamp whatever works for you) clean sandwich bags, old film canisters (now collectible! HA!) pill For Inverted Eyelids Wound Clips (for inverted eyelids) For Inverted Eyelids suture gun per Robin's description Nifty new Forceps - clamped (two -- for sewing etc.) and Curved Esophogeal Feeder hypodermic needles size 22 and 18 lamb tube large syringe to pour the drench in works) Milk Supplement Feeder w/ Nipples OB Sleeves pipe insulation for padding splints (to use with vetwrap) Placenta Cup/Dipper Thermometer Thermometer Lubricant

books or pamphlets on lambing/kidding and livestock care on an easily accessible single bo After Birth Bucket Staple Gun Syringes larger and smaller (80ml, 30ml, 12ml, 6ml, 3ml or Barn Trash Can Castrating Tool Docking Tool flashlights Extra Elastrator * Rings Leg Cleek Gambrel - to hold front legs steady Sling and Scale

adult sheep tube (to drench a really sick animal) (food-grade tubing and a bag balm or udder balm for small scratches or irritation big plastic bag for aborted fetus or larger necropsy sampling. bottles or paper cups for grabbing samples, dunking, pouring or whatever. A clean old rags and towels -- cut in strips or small sheets if you have time (home-made banda

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gauze pads large and small gloves - disposable plastic/vinyl/latex gloves (sterile is good) -- shorter and possibly longer s Nitrile Hand Gloves notepad and pens sanitary napkins (to cover large wet wounds on large animals) Save Containers Larger Syringes come in for fecal samples Scissors small wound-treatment Handy spray-on or pour-on splints 1 inch pvc pipe cut in half for surgical tape temporary and permanent collars, tags, marker crayons or spray-on marker for easy identif Vaginal Retainer Vet Wrap rolls of or similar elastic self-stick bandages for larger areas or legs in both BRIG

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antitoxin CD- * antitoxin tetanus artificial tears, eye-wash or ointment human aspirin BoSe * CD/T * vaccine drench Safeguard or paste (technically, paste requires vet approval) Flunixamine or other pain medication for bad pain * Glucose or Dextrose for mixing with sterile water or lactated ringers for Iron Dextran Ivermectin drench or paste (paste requires vet approval) lactated ringers solution Lutylase * Nutradrench, power punch or other high-energy revival potion for stressed or ketotic anima oxytetracycline ong-acting (such as LA-200) Penicillin G Procaine Pro Biotics sterile needle-and-suture packets sterile water Thiamine - - injectable * tri-antibotic creme (not essential, but) human disinfectant or antiseptic solution (dilute nolvasan, iodine, whatever) in appropriate bottles fo crazy glue several small tubes of (which is identical to surgical glues at 5X the price!) fly repellant and/or stockholm tar Handy spray-on or roll-on Electroylytes ointment eye-

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