Sweet Chestnut Wooden Neck Crook
Wooden neck crook preferred for herding dog trials. More attractive and lighter (in weight) than oak or hickory croooks.
A professional crook that is also popular as a decorative (and useful) gift. Introduced 20 years ago to USA by Premier.
Which crook is right for you?Each crook has their benefits. No shepherd is complete without a crook in hand, they save time and command the flock. Visit this link to compare all crook options.
- Neck opening: 3-1/2" (this varies)
- Lacquered surface
- Brass metal tip
- Sculpted neck
- Made in Germany
Natural variations in shape/width/diameter do occur.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Kenny B from Ohio
Neck crook is terrible. It will barely fit around the neck of my mature boer does. Some I cannot even catch with it because it is too small.
John W from Georgia
We love using this crook. We give one to each worker. They take a beating and do not break no matter how roughly they are treated as compared to the fiberglass crooks. Tried and true.
Alice L from Michigan
Beautiful and well made!
Erin G from Maryland
I use and abuse this crook almost daily. It’s great for catching sheep (it’s a nice size for adult Shetlands even in full fleece), directing sheep, breaking the ice on water buckets, as insurance when I need to go in with the rams, and as a walking stick when the pasture’s muddy. It’s humid here, so the crook comes inside with me every day, and we leave a fiberglass crook in the barn for emergencies. My only complaint is that after years of hard service the finish is wearing off, so it might be time to pick up a second!
Brandon F from Connecticut
Love the metal bottom cap, helps prevent the wood from getting damaged when moving around the field and pens. My only wish is for the neck opening to be larger to accommodate my Icelandic sheep’s necks.