$5.99 to $18.99
Nylon Feeding Syringe
Unbreakable nylon with etched mL markings that won't rub off.
- Autoclavable to 150°F
- Designed for one-hand operation.
- Luer lock and luer slip compatible
- Metal plunger rod
Comes with attached threaded feeding nozzle.
For instructions on how to properly attach the drench tip to the nylon syringe, please see video below:
- Brand: Cotran
- Type: Feeding,Replacement Nozzle
- Syringe Size: 20 mL,50 mL,100 mL
I read the reviews and noted several people had the same problem with the tip not screwing on as I did. I called they are sending me another one and the customer service lady said she would check it before sending. Hope she does as it would be great if it worked. I had a different brand and when I put it in my foals mouth the darn metal end came off in her mouth. I freaked out trying to get it out before she swallowed it. That would had been a major vet bill.
This product is extraordinary. Good price and excellent quality.
"Love these!! "
I have multiple of these syringes in different sizes. They are a must for deworming goats, drenching and any liquids you need to admin really. The long metal tips make it a breeze.
Several people have commented about the end not screwing on properly, it comes with a syringe tip on it, and a nozzle tip, you need to UNSCREW the syringe tip, then screw the nozzle tip directly to the syringe.
"Couldn't use "
The nozzle tip would not screw on. I had my husband give it a go and we thought it was on there good but then he handed it back to me and it just fell right off. Too scared to use it, I’m afraid it will just fall off again in my goats throat. Aside from the tip it looks like it would be great though.
"feeding syringe 20 ml"
feeding syringe 20 ml easy to use makes drenching goats simple easy to clean
Makes giving meds so easy. I love this. Can't believe I've lived so long without one.
"A must have for easier de-worming of goats!"
These take the struggle out of deworming goats for a much easier life. The price is a good value for the money as well. Only thing to watch out for is they will leak from the nozzle if handled with the nozzle pointed down while filled.
I couldn't live without them. I have 3--did have 2 and the horses stomped one so I got 2 more. So easy to get meds down the goats. This is the size I use most of the time.
Well made. East to get into back of mouth for nasty tasting medicine
"IT's OK; but not great"
The price seemed reasonable. However, mine sucks up too much air from somewhere when I draw liquid wormer in it. The syringe does not hold a suction, so the liquid will drip out of the syringe. Anyways, I will continue to use, but it is a bit aggravating.
My friend got his finger bitten badly trying to get drench down a goats throat before we got this. This work quick, easy, and not a mess or waste!!!
"Makes life easier"
I bought 2 of these to add to my other 2 syringes that I use to give my goats their weekly herbal dewormer. I have 4 goats so only having 2 syringes made te task longer. Now I prepare all at once and administer all at once. Poof Life is now easier!
"Feeding Syringe - 20 ml"
The extended applicator and 20 ml size makes the syringe ideal for getting liquid worming medication down a goats throat. The smaller 20 ml size allows for more accurate dosing within the typical weight range of goats. I did have to be careful not to allow the medication to drip from the applicator before getting it into the goats mouth. The price is competitive with other agricultural stores and many of them do not have the 20 ml size.
This is the "only" way to get liquids down a small(er) animal's throat. I use them on goats, sheep, calves, and llamas