Catch lambs, goat kids or poultry with ease.
This strong, aluminum lightweight CatchNet will help catch "high-speed" lambs or goat kids.
- Net opening: 23" dia
- Aluminum frame: 3/4" dia
- Telescoping handle (37" to 57")
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Timothy H from South Carolina
This is a great net. I used it to catch seven 20 pound pigs. It was big enough and light enough that I could easily scoop them up one at a time. The netting is supper strong and big enough to keep them tangled up. The only problem is the inner piece of the handle is weak where it slides in the outer handle. While catching the last pig the handle bent and kinked. I'll have to find another piece of tubing to use as the inner handle.
Colleen F from Michigan
We were surprised by a cat that showed up to our barn and had kittens. I waited until the kittens were older to get them in order to tame them and get them adopted. We tried a trap which didn’t work bc the kittens were too light to trip it. We tried a drop trap but couldn’t get them under it.
I ordered this net, took it out of the box and into the barn and had our kittens within minutes. Be very careful as the squares in the net are large and can slip around the kitten’s neck!
Let the taming begin!
Mary F from Texas
I had dreamed of such a net, like my butterfly net of childhood. I was surprised at how well it works on baby goats. I really like it.
Jason H from Ohio
Well made. Perfect size for easily catching chickens. Lightweight aluminum, but sturdy and feels like it will last forever. Net is long enough so you can twist it on itself and prevent escaping. Very happy with it.
David W from Ohio
I use this net primarily for geese, but have also used it for eagles, vultures, and foxes. I change out the netting because the netting it comes with entangles the geese (so I get netting with a smaller mesh). After some rough use, the handle tends to bend, so it no longer collapses. I end up keeping the handle fully extended and add a set screw to keep it in place. Eventually, I break the handle. I tend to bend the loop as well. But for the price, once a net becomes unserviceable, I just get another one. I haven’t found anything better yet.