Bent Hand Shear
Burgon & Ball Shears. Unlike other hand shears, the handle is bent 15º. Easy to maneuver in tight areas. Used for trimming sheep and general use.
California Residents: Proposition 65 Information
Use a Hand Shear Protector, sold separately, to protect and safely store your shears.
- 5.5" blades
- Double ground
- Blue handles
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.
Hand Shear ProtectorItem #866100 -
Constructed of thick, rugged leather to protect and safely store shears.$2.75
Resharpen - Hand Shears (any hand shear, each)Item #869100 -
Resharpen your blades, combs or cutters. Rapid turnaround, precision finish, low cost! Custom-engraving available.$7.00
Foot Trimming and Care
Trimming Stand with HeadpieceItem #819600 -
For grooming show sheep and goats, shearing or foot trimming. Restrains animals at a comfortable level. Galvanized steel construction.$308.00
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Kris L from Indiana
I love the bend in these shears! It makes it really easy to get around legs and bellies with a sheep on a stand. The only drawback to me is the weight of the shears — they feel a bit flimsy compared to our other shears. However, we have fallen in love with the Pourika shears so that might be part of it. I wouldn’t do a whole sheep with these, but they’ll come in handy for quick rear trims.
Judy S from Wisconsin
I received my Bent Hand Shears in a timely manner. I have no animals but use them for a variety of trimmings. This will be the second pair — love them!
Julia K from Pennsylvania
Marilynn B from Washington
I’ve heard this was a good brand before purchasing. It is! Feels good in my small hands and really cuts great. Would recommend this product.
John C from North Carolina
This is the first pair of hand shears I've purchased, although I have used and borrowed multiple other hand shears. I use them to trim excess hair on my Dorper/Katahdin herd and they do great, many of the sheep are skittish from the electric shears I would previously rent. Takes longer but it never malfunctions or overheats like some electric shears.