Discussion in 'Garage' started by Blue Ox, May 12, 2018.
I was thinking maybe something like that or a tire groover. But there was no mention of attachments.
There are different tips, but they’re just different diameters of the same thing.
This is for lopping nutz off isn't it?
With various sized cauterizing tips.
Close. The first tool that looks like a big soldering iron is a dehorning tool. As soon as the horns start to bud, you burn them off.
The second tool is an elastration tool. It spreads open big rubber bands to put on animals with external scotums. I don’t use it much anymore. I use a burdizzo tool instead. Works for everything but hogs. Hogs have to be put on their backs at a couple weeks then two small parallel incisions like an electrical plug between their hams let you push their testes out from their lower abdomen, then you just yank.
Enjoy your dinner, lol
So you're saying it's a Denutter???
the second one...the first one is for burning horns off of calves and goat kids.
Uh , no dinner. I think I'll go wash MY pickup.
If I ever have use for a condom I could use this tool.
Sort of... it's for stretching open a big O ring to go around the nut sack. Nuts turn black and fall off.
No no, you pull the nuts out enough to get the razor behind the cords and slice. Yank 'em out...! WTF how unsensitive are you anyway!?
Then toss 'em on the floor and the dogs git rid...
Can we have a NEW 'Guess the Tool' please?
Some of you guys need to stay away from the farm.
Well that's what I was getting at but lopping off sounded better at the time than banding.
Of course neither sound good nor does the old yank and pull.
Rural vet taught me that way when I was a kid. Said it’s actually better to do it that way. If I thought it was better for then to cut I would.
Oh I thought you were kidding...
When I was a kid on cousins farm we did over 100 piglets (200 nuts) in one day. We were cutting them off. The worst part was going in a hurry and slicing through the sack and halfway through the slippery little testicle. Anyway, I'm glad no one has yet tried this on me!
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