Make a Mark

Sheep Marking Gun

As Seen On National Television!

Mayo Transition Year Students have devised an efficient solution to marking sheep!

That’s Farming Journalist Catherina Cunnane interviewed Mary and Sarah Murphy, two TY students of Jesus and Mary Secondary School, Crossmolina, Co. Mayo, of ‘Make a Mark’.

Crossmolina twins hit the mark with their invention

MAKING THEIR MARK  -16-year-old twins with their ‘Make A Mark’ invention, which has won them a place at the Student Enterprise Awards National Finals in Croke Park this May.

Twins hope to bleat competition with sheep marking device

Amongst those hoping for glory at this weeks Student Enterprise Awards are twin sisters from Mayo, who have developed an innovative hand-held gun for applying marking fluid to sheep.

Innovative farming ideas a hit at BT Young Scientist Exhibition 2017.

Over 4,500 students will display their 550 projects at the 53rd annual exhibition which is taking place this week in the RDS in Dublin.

Teenage twins making a mark 

17-year-old entrepreneurs (and twins) from Mayo, Mary and Sarah Murphy have created a hand-held gun to mark sheep. Up next? World domination. 

Agricultural projects scoop awards in the BT young scientist

Twins Mary and Sarah Murphy claimed the senior group third place rosette for the technology category during the awards ceremony. 
Now I can mark my sheep in my Sunday suit

Micheal T. Gallagher- Sheep Farmer, Currane, Achill.