Collar Tightness—you should be able to slide your hand underneath the collar. But if it's too loose, the collar may come off.
- broken clapper attachments (See replacements above.)
- A “stuck” clapper
- A bell that’s full of mud or grass
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Randy L from Utah
I found this bell to be the best quality and value. It's great for finding sheep in heavy brush and helping the sheep find each other.
Kathleen B from Michigan
I have all the rams belled so I can hear them coming , I also have the most of the ewes belled and with all the different bells they are wearing I am hoping to scare off any predators
Jeffrey G from Ohio
I put the bell on my flock ram, which has begun to butt me. Now I can hear where he is and be on the lookout.
Elizabeth A from Ca
Great bell I have been looking for a long time
Suzanne C from Vermont
Looks sturdier than the copper bells that I have been using. Steel is harder than copper so I am hoping that the clangor doesn't fall out like the copper bells.