For assisting with difficult animal births.
If the ewe/doe is small and the lamb or goat kid and your hand is too big, this tool can be vital.
- Plastic handle: 4" long
- Hard plastic body: 13-1/2" long
- Specially prepared synthetic covered cable: 22" long x 1/8" diameter
How to Use
- Use SuperLube™ for an all-purpose antiseptic OB lubricant.
- Slide over front legs/behind head
- Pull gently
Also see lamb/kid puller instructions above.
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.
SuperLube™, 16 ozItem #550810 -
An all-purpose antiseptic OB lubricant for lambing and kidding. Very useful if a lamb (or kid) goes dry during birth.$9.50
OB Gloves, clear, pkg of 10Item #550900 -
Keep arms and hands covered while assisting the births of sheep, goats, cattle and other livestock. Glove covers most up to the shoulder.$2.75
Triodine-7 Spray (with sprayer), 16 ozItem #556100 -
For newborn lambs and goat kids to sanitize and dry navel cords. Also used on cattle, horses, dogs and swine to disinfect superficial wounds and insect bites.$21.00
Navel Clamps, pkg of 10Item #556200 -
Use to close or pinch of the navel cords of newborn lambs or kids to prevent the entry on non-desirable organisms.$6.50
Scales and Slings
Lamb & Kid SlingItem #887600 -
Soft mesh securely holds newborn lambs and kids. Useful for weight lambs or transporting from the drop pen to the lambing jug.$12.00
Plastic Boot Covers, XL (fits men's 11 & above), pkg. of 50Item #888050 -
Provides a sterile plastic barrier so that you neither spread disease to other farms nor bring organisms home from somewhere else.$20.00
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Cassie P from Minnesota
I normally never use devices, but used once on a huge lamb and it worked. Second time I used it, and really needed it, it broke. The end clamp came off of one of the wires.
Carolyn B from Kentucky
Haven’t had to use the lamb puller I purchased but I have seen it being used by another shepherd and it’s a really great product. They purchased it from Premier 1 and that is why I purchased it because it is a life saver.
Doug R from Georgia
Kathleen S from Vermont
I saved two lives with this device once - A doe who was not dilating properly and her very-stuck doe kid. The smooth surface was easy to sanitize and insert. A little finagling around the kid's head and hooves had her coming out correctly in no time. I would choose this over an improvised solution any day.
Lee B from Montana
Came apart first time I tried to use it. Back to baling twine, cheaper, better, easier to handle.