60 CC O-Ring Syringe-for handfeeding parrots/animal feeding-400 box

60 cc syringe-non sterile-400 box...99 cents each...60 CC O ring Syringe for handfeeding birds and animals.These are non sterile bulk syringes for handfeeding and other uses. Great for feeding larger volume and thicker handfeeding formulas.
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60 cc  O-RING SYRINGES  400  box

picture for example only, NO extra tips included

CONTAINS 400--NON STERILE 60 cc O Ring Syringes 

Catheter Tip. Good for heavier formulas and larger feeding volumes

These are great for all type baby animal rehab, baby rabbits,squirrels,etc.

60 cc Silicone O-Ring Syringes -non sterile 400 bulk box

O RINGS ARE DESIGNED FOR EASY APPLICATIONS AND ARE FAR MORE SUPERIOR THAN RUBBER PLUNGER TYPES WHICH GET STUCK AND SWELL DUE TO USE. we reccomend that a little amount of olive oil or PAM spray for the long use of the oring, just dab a little on  the oring after cleaning and you can get many uses from one syringe.

Our syringes are US medical-grade plastic devices intended for one time use in medical applications. They can be cleaned and disinfected but plastic is porous and will eventually harbor germs and absorb disinfectant chemicals. Discard syringes after your clutch has weaned. After feeding, be sure to wash your syringes thoroughly in a good detergent. If a disinfectant soak is used after washing, soak for the minimum recommended time and then remove, rinse and air dry to preserve maximum syringe life.  AFTER each wash and rinse use the olive oil or PAM on the o-ring for better slide, it works great.

Bleach may attack rubber parts and is not recommended.

These are the syringes most USA commercial and professional breeders of exotics use when they need bulk syringes.

Royal Bird Company(30 year Aviculturist) : We use OXYFRESH Cleansing gele for all cleaning of all handfeeding utensils. Its totally non toxic around baby birds and it is endorsed by Dr Branson Ritchie DVM,  of University. Georgia, animal science dept. for eliminating many viral and bacterial problems such as avian polyoma, Chlamydia.
We just wash and soak for a few minutes and rinse off well and its done. We then touch a little olive oil on the o ring before pushing the plunger back into the sleeve, it works great and its very non toxic, and will not harm the oring,, its olive oil.

Royal Bird Company
Mike Richard   RBC Farm manager
Sheila Richard  RBC Nursery manager