Lamb & Kid Sling
- Easy to carry handles.
- Adjustable chest support strap allows slings to be used for all sizes of lambs and goat kids.
- Strong and soft polyester mesh provides comfort during transport or weighing. To weigh them, use the Digital Scale.
- Colors may vary.
How to Use
- Place mesh under newborn's belly.
- Pull handles up on both sides of the animal.
- Adjust the Velcro chest strap to fit the animal.
If they start to slide re-adjust sling.
Colors may vary.
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Laurel F from Oregon
I LOVED the last sling I bought. It was green mesh with black straps to use for newborns weights. It is probably 12 years old. I was purchasing something else recently so I thought I would get another just in case this one fails. What I got was a white sling with padding. I am not going to put a newborn lamb into a white sling! It will hold all of the birth liquids in the padding and as it is white will always look disgusting. I would highly recommend the old one and NOT recommend the new version.
I bought the Lamb & Kid Sling for a kid who got sick and was not able to walk. I hooked the lamb and kid sling to a Dog Tieout Trolley for the kid and placed her in it. In no time she was walking back and forth with it, and then she was able to walk independently. Although this is not what the sling was designed for it held her up really well and worked exactly as I needed it to. My complaint is the shipping and handling was more than the sling. The sling was $11.40, and the shipping and handling was $14.77 for 0.30 pounds.
Davon B from NC
It would likely work good for newborn kids, but it was a stretch to weigh my 30+ lb kids.
Pandora S from north carolina
This is a nice well made product. I did replace my hook on the scales to make the sling easier to use.
Granterra Farm S from Missouir
Nice apparatus but the straps are too big to fit into the hook on the digital scale. Some one goofed up on this. The straps need to be tapered or the hook on the scale needs to be bigger to accommodate the straps as they just dont fit.