- Arrives with 2 tips--one for calves, the other for goats and lambs.
The dehorner arrives to you with a goat-sized tip attached and ready for use.
- 2.2 lbs
- 10" long
- 6" grip
- 1/2" small dehorn tip
- 7' cord
- 3/4" diameter tip
- Max temperature 1000˚ F
- 239 watts
- Thermostatically controlled
How to Use
- If you prefer/need the larger cattle tip, make sure the unit is unplugged and has cooled down Warning--temperature can exceed 1000˚ F. To remove the tip, hold it with a tool or your hand and unscrew the bolt and washer located on the underside.
- The lever on the dehorner should remain at "D" for all dehorning. The "S" is for those that have the tip for soldering.
- Allow 10 - 12 minutes for the dehorner to heat up before using. Apply to the horn base for approximately 10 seconds. For more detailed instructions, reference Rhinehart's directions.
- Tip is very very hot. DO NOT TOUCH.
- Works best on kid goats that are about 3 days old. Use when the horn nub is barely there.
- Make sure the animal is held so it cannot move its head during burning.
Make sure the lever is set on "D" for dehorning. Not "S" for soldering.
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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Lenore T from Tennessee
I was recommended this product by an experienced goat breeder that disbudds a lot of kids every year. So far I have been vary pleased with it. It heated up nicely and I was able to disbud a kid quickly with out waiting for it to heat up again in-between horn buds.
Angie K from Wisconsin
It arrived quick and with no issues. We had 60 babies to disbud and we were able to get them all done in an afternoon. Iron stayed hot, no wait time. You will need to wear protective gloves, the iron handle gets a bit warm.
Carolyn B from Texas/Southeast
When we received it, the disbudding iron was already set up for goats with the device set to D (for disbudding). This is horibble work to have to do on a very young animal, and this iron makes it a snap. We just used this the other day, so we are waiting to see the results. So far, healing up nicely.
This dehorner works very well. It gets hot enough and stays hot. There is no wait time between kids. The only issue is the handle can also get warm.