- Strong molded plastic heads
- 53" long, coated fiberglass shaft
- Neck opening: 3.25"
- Leg opening: 1.25"
Triangle point at end of leg shaft allows crook to be used as walking stick over treacherous ground.
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.
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Leslie C from California
Agree with the reviews. This is a GREAT product, but best use is in small enclosed spaces for best results. Alternatively have found if you put a few flakes of alfalfa down, with hungry goats you may be able to catch a few of them at their back legs. This is the best crook on the market.
Damian H from Texas
Works as advertised.
Rodger W from Indiana
The Kiwi Crook is a good tool for catching sheep. It does have its limitations. Don't expect to go out in the wide open spaces and catch any sheep you want unless you can out run sheep. But if you can get them in relative close quarters it works great.
David R from South Carolina
According to the description: The most important advantage is the self-locking lever on the leg portion that ensures that an animal’s leg, once caught, remains caught until released by human hands.
I agree that is a great feature, but the nut fell off within two months causing the self-locking lever to fall off. I was not able to find the parts so I called the company for a lever replacement. They do not sell the replacement lever — I would need to buy the entire crook again. This is the second one that has had this problem. It is a great device, but Premier should sell replacement parts.
Annie P from Oregon
The Kiwi Crook was recommended to my by a friend who has a fair sized hair sheep operation. We only have a few ewes and a fair catch system that works pretty well for us. Even with that though, trying to catch sheep and lambs that are in the mob is tricky.
We did our first ear tagging today and having the Kiwi Crook was SO much easier on my back. I wasn't trying to bend or jerk downwards in an attempt to grab a collar, neck or leg. Just hooked who I needed, moved up the crook and grabbed the animal. I will definitely recommend it to fellow sheep and goat friends. :)