- 54" long
- Medium tensile solid aluminum rod coated with blue plastic
- Rubber hand grip
A goat's agility, slim neck and lack of wool mean that neck crooks are often useless.
How to Use
To catch a ewe with newborn lambs on the pasture: First catch the lambs. Then lay a leg crook between the lambs and ewe with the crook head toward the ewe. The ewe will likely face her lambs. Encourage the ewe ever closer. When the ewe's front foot is near, instantly raise the crook and snare her front leg.
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Jim B from Ohio
Very well constructed crook. I use mine for hurting docs and it works brilliantly. The creek fits around their neck just right and the length is perfect for hurting them into a pond.
Abdullah A from Illinois
In general, it is really good. I agree with Delane. Work really good for adults. Needs manual adjustment for younger lambs.
Delane H from Alabama
Work really good for adults. Needs manual adjustment for younger lambs.
Carolyn H from Arkansas
Great item!! We love this tool for catching goats.
Dennis D from Alberta, Canada
This tool is a god sent at cattle calving time. Bought this on a whim and will not do without. Very easy to catch a calf when near it's mum and no injuries when caught just above the hoof. We can treat, band and tag our calf without any chasing. It is very durable and would recommend this product to other cow/ calf operators.