Increase productivity by treating shorn sheep with Thermoskin after shearing. Most will maintain and improve condition with a positive weight gain compared to untreated sheep. Some achieve gains of 3.3-4.0 kgs 15-17 days after application. When you use Thermoskin shorn sheep feed straight away and do not experience a check.
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Here's what some of our customers say about why they have used Thermoskin:
"We have noticed the sheep do not have a check or go backwards in condition. There is a constant weight gain after shearing." Jon and Catherine Braddock, near Cooma.
"The real difference Thermoskin makes is that the day after shearing, the sheep and goats are feeding at day break in frost, wind or rain. The result is animals are growing their fleece and gaining weight optimising joining potential, all from day one. And for us, it takes out the continuing stress over the weather." Ian and Helen Cathles, Wee Jasper.
"We also found that despite the terrible weather, our instance of preg tox was also reduced by the use of Thermoskin with the ewes returning to the paddock so much happier." Andrew and Max Rayner, Mudgee.
"We ran shorn sheep through at 6 pm in the evening. That night there was a couple of inches of snow but we had no losses as the sheep were not freezing and tucked up behind every log and stick they can find. After treating sheep with Thermoskin they are out feeding and better off right from the word go." Bill Fletcher, Berridale.
"The Sheep are drenched, then run straight through the race and easily into the Thermoskin spray unit, then straight into the cold. Sheep don't lose weight after shearing, they go into lambing better and they are still eating even though it is cold." Brian Anderson, Binda.
"To help maintain body weight and to prevent the effect of cold snaps after shearing, we use the spray on weathershield Thermoskin. This gives the sheep protection from the cold; they don't get a check after shearing and it also speeds up the healing of any shearing cuts." Ray and Beverley Norman, Illabo.