Metal Elastrator with Rings
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daryl b.
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Rating: 4

Self explanatory

posted 5 years ago

this method has also used for puppies tails and i guess still is used. it is an effective and cheap for od castration and docking tails. as with anyting of this type of non surgacial you must still keep an eye on it

Pros: does the job

Cons: must keep an eye on

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Lourie H.
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Rating: 5

No cutting castration

posted 5 years ago

This tool is used to slip a rubber ring over thew scrotum of baby goats and lambs to castrate. There is no cutting involved. The blood supply is stopped so the teticles dry up and fall off.

Pros: Easy to use

Cons: none

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