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 (Replacement clappers are unavailable for this bell.)
- A “stuck” clapper
- A bell that’s full of mud or grass
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Fiona C from Kentucky
This bell is beautiful and the perfect size for medium to small ewes. We have the ram bell on our big Suffolk. The two bells harmonize perfectly. For anyone grazing sheep this Swiss bell has just the prettiest ring!
Lester M from Illinois
Exactly what I was looking for!
JB L from Kentucky
Update to my previous post. Premier DID stand behind their bell and gave me an equitable path for getting a replacement bell. A replacement clapper option would still be nice, but I'll get another bell. I love the sound of this bell. Can hear my goat wherever she roams on the property!
JB L from Kentucky
This bell sounds wonderful... till the clapper falls off. And, in my case, that only took about 45 days of use. It was on my dairy doe in a clean pasture. I called Premier and they won't stand behind the bell. I was told that my only option is just to buy a whole new bell... and pay shipping for it. They offered no discount, free shipping, or replacement clapper. (I guess the warning that there are no replacement clappers in the product description should warn us that this happens fairly often?) I expected better customer service.
Vivian D from North Carolina
Love the beautiful sound the bells make. They work well with the collar and were easily put on my ewes. It makes all my other bells sound like cow bells.