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
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.
CrooksItem #950126 -
A variable-pitch dog whistle to aid in livestock herding. Often used to train and transmit commands to sheepdogs. An ideal whistle for first-time users.$38.00
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Nancy S from Nevada
Smaller than expected. Looks and sounds good.
Robert S from Washington
I absolutely LOVE the Swiss Bells that I bought for our two donkeys! The brass bells have a glorious ring, and the neighborhood children come running to greet the boyz when the chimes beckon! A sweeter sound can’t be found!
Janie R from California
They are beautiful, but too big for our Nubian goats. Looks like they would better work for a cow. Wish there were smaller ones, then I would order in a heartbeat. I have to return them due to size. Lovely sound, though.
Jason W from Idaho
I have had this on a nylon collar all summer and it is still there. I bought a steel bell to go with to tell what sheep were where. Nice higher pitch and is just as loud as the steel bell with an easy to discern difference. Fits nicely on my Katahdin ewes.
Nancy V from Massachusetts
Very pretty and nice sounding bell.