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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Julia T from Arizona
I love this product I put it on one of my two year old sheep thanks for the items I love it!
Melissa S from Montana
This bell is on our Shetland ram, and it not only helps locate the sheep when they are out in the sagebrush, it provides an alert when they are on the run, or when he decides to sneak up behind one of us. It has a pleasant tone, not too loud, but not so quiet it can't be heard from a distance. We also had it etched with our name and address, just in case they find a way out of the fence.
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.