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Cold Weather New Born Calf Hood!

Calf Ear Frostbite Protection

SAVE ME EARS was designed to protect the calf ears from freezing from mothering cow licks just during the first chilly night of life when the temps (or wind chill) drop below 20-25 degrees F. When newborn calf ears are most likely to freeze, or the first 24 to 36 hours of calves life during colder weather, when the cow licks her newborn calf the most. During which time, frozen ears happen when the newborns circulation is also a little slower too.
Save Me Ears

Features:

Protects newborn calf ears, just out of the drying box, from freezing saliva cow licks. Helps to warm cold ears to protect from freezing or resist further frost bite damage, as soon as put on the calf. Uses the calves natural body heat to warm ears (much like having your hands in your own jean pockets for body heat). Calf ears are held in natural birthing position next to the back of head/neck area. Insulated with durable, machine washable, neoprene, originally developed for deep water divers, to keep warm and protected. Neoprene is closed cell, which means the closed cells help hold in body heat and it does not soak in water like a sponge, instead it resists soaking in water. These air cells also help hold in body heat. Sewn with tough 69 weight nylon thread for longer use (same used for work boot tops). Adjustable 3 velcro like hook tape straps, of which 1 adjusts patented neck strap to hold in proper position. With reasonable use and care, Save Me Ears could last for several calving seasons. We accept major credit cards, PayPal, and to expedite shipping we use insured USPS Priority mail.
Lost Profit! Frozen Calf Ears Equal Pricing or to Order Pricing or to Order

sizes

Save Me Ears comes in two sizes,

large and small. The small size comes

in two weights of neoprene, medium

and lite. The small lite size is for

milder weather or in barn use, and is

most comfortable for the calf. Many

Angus breeders like the small size for

their calves under 90 pounds in birth

weight.

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welcome

Cold Weather New Born Calf Hood!

Calf Ear Frostbite Protection

SAVE ME EARS was designed to protect the calf ears from freezing from mothering cow licks just during the first chilly night of life when the temps (or wind chill) drop below 20-25 degrees F. When newborn calf ears are most likely to freeze, or the first 24 to 36 hours of calves life during colder weather, when the cow licks her newborn calf the most. During which time, frozen ears happen when the newborns circulation is also a little slower too.
Save Me Ears

Features:

Protects newborn calf ears, just out of the drying box, from freezing saliva cow licks. Helps to warm cold ears to protect from freezing or resist further frost bite damage, as soon as put on the calf. Uses the calves natural body heat to warm ears (much like having your hands in your own jean pockets for body heat). Calf ears are held in natural birthing position next to the back of head/neck area. Insulated with durable, machine washable, neoprene, originally developed for deep water divers, to keep warm and protected. Neoprene is closed cell, which means the closed cells help hold in body heat and it does not soak in water like a sponge, instead it resists soaking in water. These air cells also help hold in body heat. Sewn with tough 69 weight nylon thread for longer use (same used for work boot tops). Adjustable 3 velcro like hook tape straps, of which 1 adjusts patented neck strap to hold in proper position. With reasonable use and care, Save Me Ears could last for several calving seasons. We accept major credit cards, PayPal, and to expedite shipping we use insured USPS Priority mail.
Lost Profit! Frozen Calf Ears Equal Pricing or to Order Pricing or to Order

sizes

Save Me Ears comes in two sizes, large

and small. The small size comes in two

weights of neoprene, medium and lite.

The small lite size is for milder weather or

in barn use, and is most comfortable for

the calf. Many Angus breeders like the

small size for their calves under 90

pounds in birth weight.

This website is maintained by:
More Information More Information