Nylon Tags

Item #0027549

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Nylon Tags

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Blank or Special Ordered Numbered Neck tags with numbers 101-9999 (1-100 typically in stock). Blank tags can be marked on. Approx. 3.5" long. Use cord or poly neck chain. Read More

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Bock's Identification Nylon Tags

Blank or Special Order Numbered Neck Tags in red or white. Blank tags are in stock. Numbers 101-9999 are special ordered and require additional transit time. Numbers 1-100 are typically in stock under items DAT5 (red) and DAXQ (white).

Up to 6-digits/letters can be added to this nylon tag. If adding letters, please email Customer Service for a pricing quote.

Approximately 3.5" long.

Blank tags can be marked on.

Hang around animal's neck with a cord or poly neck chain (sold separately).

Colors: Red or White.

Please enter the number quantity of special order tags, then list the numbers in the "Special Order Numbers" field.

Attributes

  • Brand: Bock's
  • Type: Neck Tag
  • Color: White,Red
  • Size: 2.5" L

Reviews (2)

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Numbered tags"

    These work much better than the blank ones for me. I used those last year and even with a marker designed to use on them the numbers faded off. I believe this was due to the tag getting in the water troughs every time they drank.

  2. 3.0 out of 5 stars

    "red tags fade quickly"

    Purchased red tags to put on my Boer kids and by the end of the first season had begun to show signs of the red fading to white; by the end of the secons season I had white tags (with a spot of red here and there)with white numbers. The third season I tried repainting the tags,paint doesn't stick too well but I managed. I had also purchased white tags with black numbers for my Nubian kids, black doesn't fade as fast a red.

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