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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Ed W from Maine
This is a very beautiful crook, but it is too small for use on sheep, except lambs. I bought it as a gift for a fellow shepherd — unfortunately they can only use it as a wall hanging. It may be suitable for other things, but I cannot recommend it for working with sheep.
Frederick J from Georgia
Received in a timely manner. The crook I bought for my ram works perfectly.
Nancy L from Texas
This Sweet Chestnut Wooden Neck Crook was given as a gift from our Interim Pastor to our new Lead Pastor on his first Sunday service. There is a great biblical explanation about the staff/crook and the fact that it is used to shepherd the flock. It was a perfect gift. Also, I owe a huge thanks to the ordering department and shipping department for making sure the crook arrived in time. I will recommend this company because their customer service is amazing!
Daryl H from Georgia
This product exceeded my expectations!
Chris B from Kentucky
A bit disappointed as the it was a solid color and did not have the lighter color shown in the picture; it does handle small lambs but is not built for working full grown sheep or even full grown goats. I would not recommend this for working with animals but it would make a nice display piece.