- 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.
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Abdus-Sabur H from Virginia
Wonderful tool to have for goats & sheep. Managing alone is much easier with Kiwi Crook
Julie S from Iowa
This works good for catching our sheep.
Elaine G from Oregon
This works excellent for catching my sheep. I have used it several times now.
Don K from Michigan
I must say that when I first got this crook I was a little disappointed. The ends felt kind of heavy and the shaft small in hand - not like the light chestnut crook that I had ruined by leaving it out in the rain. But last night I had a total change of heart. I had to catch and sort out some 6 week old lambs that I had lured into a holding pen. You know how quick lambs are, but this crook worked like magic. The foothold end is set at a right angle to the hook and forms a natural handle that give you leverage to you leverage to twist the hook after snagging the animal's neck. I was able to catch and reel in the lambs even though they struggled like mad. I haven't had occasion to use the leg hook yet, but I already love this crook.
Wrangler H from Saskatchewan, Canada
I absolutely love this crook! It was recommended by another producer and I would recommend it to anyone else who has sheep. Managing a flock by yourself has some challenges, but utilizing simple tools such as this crook will definately make the process easier and faster.
I rated the crook as a 4/5 due to the simple fact that I have hardly used it, and hang it inside my barn when not in use - yet the tab that releases the leg hook has broke, leaving a sharp edge that requires some repairs. It's an all around solid/sturdy crook, unsure whether it was just a faulty piece? Either way, I still think the product is worth the investment.