- Made of strong plastic
- Can be sterilized and reused
- Usable clapping area is 3/4"
- Sold in packages of 10
- Unlike iodine the animal and your hands will not be stained.
- Will not add a different smell to the lamb or kid that can cause mothering problems.
How to Use
- Clamp navel tightly on newborns where it meets the skin of the belly.
- Cut or pinch off the remaining navel about 1 inch below the clamp.
- Clamp will fall off when the navel dries up.
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Stanley R from Nebraska
These worked pretty well with my goat kids. They were a bit hard to snap, though. After the navel was dried up, they weren't too hard to get off.
William & Lisa S from Virginia
These really came in handy! Had several lambs born, but one had an open bleeding umbilical cord, snapped on the clip, and she was as good as the other lambs & doing great! Was easy to use.... One suggestion, I drenched mine in iodine & it made it slippery to use, so keep that in mind when you are clipping them on
Jerry B from Kentucky
This time the clamps were blue. Much easyier to find if droped or comes off from kid. I would have to rate the black ones a 3, because of this, they are harder to reuse if you can not find them. It is much easier with 2 people,one to hold kid,one to apply clamp. I think they are great!
Doug N from iowa
Hard to snap together and come apart too easily
Tiffel D from Texas
My first time helping my goats kid. Maybe it's just my in experience but the clamps were hard to snap together with one hand while holding the kid. Had to try a few from the bag before I found one that snapped easier. Once on though it held firm.