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.
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Mary K from pa
the sound of this bell is wonderful (but you have to like it) as I do... I can here this goat from 2 hills away. I do wish it wasn't so heavy.
Winston W from Alabama - Southeast
Just got these bells in from Premier. There simple can't be a nicer sheep bell on the market! Thought these would be a little smaller bell. but was pleasantly surprised at the quality and tone of these. Solid heavy brass, and nice ring to them. This was my first order with Premier and they had the order to me in just a few days...Great Service! Will be placing more orders with them soon.
Peter P from NH
I had purchased several of the tin plated bells over the years which all rust and seem to fall apart often. This one is solid and can hear it chime from the back pasture. I'm getting me another.
Crystal E from Northeastern CA
I didn't buy this bell from Premier, but have a couple from somewhere else. I have quite a few bells of different types on my sheep. I run my sheep in rough, brushy terrain and the bells really help me locate them when I can't see them. Of all bells I've used, these are my favorites. The are very well made compared to the cheaper ones. While so many other bells get broken, I can imagine these becoming an heirloom. Their tone is higher pitched with more ring to it, so it carries further and is easier to hear in the wind than the lower quality bells. Well worth the purchase price when they last ten times a long.