- 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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Susan M from MN
I purchased this for my sister's B'day. She has painted desert hair sheep, as we do & I knew she needed something to make it easier to catch her sheep. I know we really appreciate the ease with which the leg crook can catch a back leg more easily than by hand.
Sheryl W from north Idaho
Works just like it says. Easy to catch goats but be careful to catch the back leg. My caught goat pulled me all over the place by getting his front leg caught. But he wasn't hurt and was caught just fine.
Grace P from TN
This is and has been a great tool, I'm not sure how I functioned on the farm before I got it!!! I used it for the first time after receiving when working our 40+ head of semi-feral boer cross goats. My best goat friend loved it so much, I had to order her one for Christmas!
The ONLY reason I did not give it 5 stars is because I think there is a little room for improvement... I would love to see the handle designed to be slightly more ergonomic when using as a walking stick. I also wonder if the leg catch could be made to taper down a bit narrower for a little smaller leg?
Overall, I love love this crook and will continue to use it daily. Thanks Premier for a great product!!
Kerry J from Eastern Washington State
We have been very pleased with the crook. Ours like others does seem to shed a few glass splinters. I wrapped it in colored duck tape. I would still recommend it, but keep your gloves on or a pair of tweezers handy.
Cheri M from Southern Idaho
Basic design of this is great. Only thing I would change is to coat the fiberglass rod so that bare hands don't get glass slivers in them.