Double Crush Tail Docker

Crushes the arteries before severing them cleanly--and so minimizes risk of serious bleeding. Works on lambs up to 70 days of age.


707000 Double Crush Tail Docker In Stock 1.70 $40.00

Common Uses

Use for docking lamb tails.


  • 1.7 lb
  • 11" long
  • Steel


  • Throughput (lambs/hour) is high.
  • Blood loss is minimal because blood vessels are crushed before they are cut.
  • Stress on the lamb is less

How to Use

  1. Open handles
  2. Place tail with crimping side (flat side) between lamb and tail.
  3. Cut tail(by bringing handles together) close to the "V" where tail and animal meet.
  4. Open handles.
  5. Spray with fly repellent or Pine tar if during "fly season".

If you use it during "fly season" apply a fly repellent Stockholm Pine Tar or Catron IV (sold separately under accessories tab above) to the cut.

Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Vital for working with lambs that may be infected with ringworm, fungus and/or sore mouth. All can infect humans.
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Topical repellent for flies and insects. Effective for several days after application.
Item # 888001 - In Stock
For castration, fetotomy, docking, post postmortems, etc. Keep two in your kit so that a fresh sharp scalpel is always to hand.
Item # 888094 - Back-ordered
To slow and stop the bleeding of minor cuts and wounds. For treating excessive bleeding following docking or dehorning.
Item # 888147 - In Stock
Cannot be shipped by Air Service and cannot ship to HI, AK or PR.
Average Rating: 5 out of 5
Number of Reviews: 2 customers reviewed this product.

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Date: March 13, 2014
Richard B from Texas
Would you recommend this product? Yes
Outstanding quality and almost no bleeding. Does require some good hand strength
Date: June 25, 2012
Mary S from Louisiana
Would you recommend this product? Yes
must have tool. Wonderful. Did a 6 month lamb with ease and lamb said not much pain, didn't even buck.
Date: March 25, 2011
WESLEY M from mo
Would you recommend this product? Yes
this thing work great its the best tail docking tool i ever used