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Rhinehart X30 Dehorner
SKU: 4F

Here's an old favorite with a new feature. You can now purchase the X-30 Dehorner with a choice of tip sizes. The regular 1/2" ID tip is for standard dairy and meat goat breeds. The 1/4" ID tip is perfect for mini breeds. Each dehorner comes with a 200 watt element and an 8' cord with 3-prong plug and maintains a steady 900-950º F heat with quick recovery in seconds between applications. X30 tips are permanently installed and are not removable or interchangeable.

$99.95

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Kid Box
SKU: 4C

This kid box is a great size for holding newborn to 1 month old kids. Enclosed box design allows disbudding and tattooing by one person. Features our exclusively designed Hoegger head piece which provides you full control and a broad base for safely supporting your hand and securing the kid’s head during disbudding. Choose size: Regular Pygmy/Dwarf

$57.95
Market price: $69.95 save 17%

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Headpiece with Kid Holding Box Plans
SKU: 4C-2

Here’s the same great headpiece that we use on our Kid Box along with step by step detailed instructions for building a simple holding box. The headpiece is Mr. Hoegger’s own design. It provides you full control with a broad base for safely supporting your hand while securing the kid’s head during disbudding. A simple do-it-yourself project requiring only a minimum of materials and tools.

$9.95
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Horn Wire Saw
SKU: 4J

Disbudding is always our first choice. However, there are situations when it becomes necessary to trim the horns of a goat. If their horns have become dangerously long where they could get caught in a fence or accidently hurt a care giver, you could use this saw to remove the ends of the horn. There is a living core inside the horn that when cut too short, can cause severe bleeding. To avoid cutting too short, cut in small increments. Keep Blood Stopper (#17C) on hand just in case. (40’ of 17 mm wire and two SS saw handles)

$16.95
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