- Size: 27" x 24"
- Nylon fabric and straps
- Will hold up to 200 lbs
- Metal O rings
- Tail and neck straps
How to Use
- Sling fits beneath the animal's torso.
- Chest strap connects behind the neck and tail strap connects over animals back.
- The large O rings are hooked onto the a hanging scale (purchase separately, not available from Premier).
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Allan B from Texas
My wife and I had a 150 lb. Nubian Goat down. We were not able to lift her. We ordered this sling so we could get her up. The sling made it possible for us to raise the goat. We would raise her to the point of standing often for an hour at a time for several days. She never did stand on her own and finally gave up. This sling made it possible for us to do what was impossible otherwise without hurting the goat as a rope or strap would have. The quality is excellent. The price was very affordable. Thanks, Premier1 for the prompt delivery. We ordered on Saturday and we got it in the mail on Wednesday.
Heather B from Kentucky
Emily P from Iowa
Great quality and wonderful price! Very sturdy construction. Very pleased!
Amanda J from Kentucky
I am very pleased with the quality and overall design of the sling. It is easy to use and the goat (older nanny ~150 lb) is well supported and does not slip out. There is little to no chance of being choked if used properly. She does tend to turn in only one direction so she gets herself higher off the ground as the day goes by, but this is no fault of the sling.
We are using this sling to rehabilitate a nanny with brain worms. This nanny has not walked for over a month. We started “hanging” her (Feet are on the ground, but sling was completely holding her at first) for an hour a day, then increased it every couple of days. Currently she is using the sling for 6-8 hours/day. She is able to hold her weight and will stand alone and take a few steps after being “released”. We have had 3 other nannies in our Boer meat goat herd that have succumbed to brain worms. This is the first goat we have had any success with treating. Time will tell if it truly works.
Thomas H from Pennsylvania
Works great on my nubian goat! Held him in place so I could clip his hoofs by myself!