Aluminum Leg Crook (head only)
An excellent leg crook for working with sheep or goats.
Insert a wooden or fiberglass shaft (not included).
- Cast aluminum
- 7/8" diameter hole for attaching to your own handle or to the end of a fiberglass or wooden shaft.
- Use 1/8" x 1/2" screw or small nail (not included) to lock into place.
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Elton M from Illinois
I’ve used one for over 28 years. Very helpful and useful. I’ve got 2 hooks on 2 wooden staffs at all times. You never know when one might break—and they will break, it’s just a tool.
I use wooden staffs so I can hook the neck with one end or the hooves with the opposite end.
Janelle E from Kansas
We love this hook! It works very well.
Eric B from Mississippi
Wish it was made in the USA. But I can catch a goat with it.
Paul H from Washington
A great tool for catching sheep or goats in the pens (or even in the field if you're quick). Has good design and shape and rounded edges so that it won't cut legs.
I've used one for 20 yrs. or so, and needed replace it because I finally broke it smacking it against a wall to make some noise while driving sheep. Don't do that; it is really robust, but being cast aluminum, there is a limit.
Ronnie Z from Oklahoma
Great for catching my goats.