- 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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Peggy E from California
Worked fine for years till I had to catch an uncooperative buck. It’s now bent at a 90° angle for the second time in 2 days. Would love to find one that was strong enough to do its job! This goat is 130 lbs.
Teri F from Oklahoma
Worked extremely well to snag both large and small goats in small round catch pen. As long as the animal moves forward works on necks large or small.
But the shaft got bent by a 40lb weaning goat, number 17 of 60 some-odd in for worming. Repeated trips to vice to bend it back straight slowed job down but overall somewhat better than nothing. REALLY liked it till it bent so easily.
David K from Iowa
I purchased one of these many years ago. That one had a much better hand grip and they used a stronger, better tempered aluminum. This one bends much easier and the leg hook spreads open and allows the leg to slip through. I kept it since I needed something to catch lambs and even this is better than nothing.
Randy M from Texas
Well made and worth the purchase price.
Ann K from Louisiana