The Premier Serrated Foot Trimmer
- Blades: 3"L (serrated top blade)
- Handles: 4"L (approximately)
- Aluminum handles are powder-coated with white epoxy paint
- Replacement blades are available, see above
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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David K from Manitoba
very nice product! Have to push hard but it gets the job done. Way better than a different one I purchased on ebay!
Steven B from Tennessee
Cumbersome to work with and did not cut very well. Had a cheap feel to it.
Cynthia M from Wisconsin
The serrated edges give excellent purchase on hooves, but be forewarned that the trimmers are large and do require excellent grip strength. For cutting through the tips of those overgrown "ski ramp" toenails on my sheep, I must use both hands to squeeze these trimmers. As the product description says, I would recommend them only for those with large, strong hands.
Ksenia G from TX
In SE TX, hoof trimming is important to control hoof rot as well as improve conformation of the leg set in our goats. So it is best to trim often. I don't look forward to trimming with these, as the thin handles are hard on my hands, and there isn't much leverage near the tip. I can't get them to work for small cuts, and on nigerian dwarf goats, we often want to do more detailed work for our show and sale trimming. These probably do work better for our boer goats. We have a couple of draft boers here at Flying G Farm, in addition to the Nigerian Dwarf show stock. I recommend using heavy gloves when trimming with these, but usually I trim on the milkstand when it is needed and don't have gloves. I hope to invest in better clippers soon. The blade is good on them.