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April S from Washington
I love these collars. The 26" collars are the right width and length for ewes and small rams, and the 30" collars fit my larger rams. They are reinforced at each hole in the collar, so they don't tear. The buckles and rings on the collars are good quality, and don't break when handling large strong sheep like the plastic snap buckles do. These are consistently well made, AND they're really inexpensive. Similar collars that are made for dogs are 5-10 times more expensive, and they rarely have this quality. These collars are affordable, and are an excellent value.
For the people who say that these collars are too big for their smaller sheep breeds, or wool sheep that are shorn, or hair sheep that have shed out already, you can get the same collar design at 22" long and 3/4" wide by ordering the guard dog puppy collar (not the same as the guard dog collars). That works well for the sheep with smaller necks, at the same low price.
Adam O from New York
My daughter said good quality. My two year old son said I like them.
Jesus L from California
Good quality and fits the steel bells perfect. I’m using the collars on our Suffolk sheep. Probably could have used the shorter collar, but I like the extra length for the winter wool. Good value.
Juan E from Texas
I have a small flock of dorper sheep and they fit good on the adult ewes, but any younger than a year fit a little loose. It's still good product for the money. Makes it easier for me to grab one by the collar to administer wormer and health check-ups.
Bev G from Montana
I waited several weeks to buy these collars while Premier restocked. They are the best quality for the best price of any I have seen. The shorter collar is plenty big for our black face ewes and wool sheep.