Leader HDX Multitronic - NLIS Sheep, Goat Multi Tag
Multitronic HDX Sheep Tag
The Leader Multitronic is used for the effective identification of sheep, goats and alpacas and is supplied in strips of 10. Including your PIC number (or registered stock brand in Western Australia) makes it a NLIS approved tag. Alternatively, leaving it blank or printing with other information and not including your PIC number makes it a non-NLIS tag.
They are available in bright colours and designed to withstand Australia’s harsh conditions - including our harsh UV conditions - to ensure sustainability and avoid fading. They are made from durable heat resistant and ultra violet light (UV) stabilised materials.
NLIS Multitronics are applied using the Applicator Multi 3 in 1. Joined in strips of 10 for fast and easy application, the Multitronic sheep tags are self-piercing with an easy and fast, one operation application process. It is recommended to use a different colour for each age group and to place Leader Multitronic tags on opposite ears for ewes and wethers to save time, improve accuracy and make it easier for drafting for each age and gender.
Printed tags are supplied in accordance with NLIS requirements. They can be custom-marked using Laser Marking only. Please note that colours and printing/marking may vary slightly in appearance from the images shown.
Ordering here is easy. Simply select your options (colour, printing option etc) above in the drop down boxes. Prefer to order by form? Click here to download our Leader Tags Order Form which you can print off and send back to us by email or fax. A bulk discount is available if ordering over 5000 tags. Please give us a call or email.
|Need an applicator?
Click here or on the image to the left to view the Leader Multi Tag Applicator 3 in 1
|Minimum Order Quantities (Can be a combination of colours or other Leader sheep tags):|
|- Laser printed NLIS tags: 20
- Laser printed non-NLIS tags (no PIC): 100
- Foil stamped tags: 200
- Non printed tags: 200
Please note: This tag must be ordered in multiples of 10.
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