This device has been developed to take the strain and pain out of piglet castration. Ideally for use on piglets 2-9 days old. When supplied complete with the removable mounting bracket, it is simply clamped onto the stall wall with the spring-loaded arms. The piglet is loaded in on its back, head first. The legs clamp is then swung forward to restrain the hind legs, leaving the testicles cleanly exposed. This makes castration a simple one-person job. Device can also be used for tail docking and vaccinations. All stainless steel. The cradle on its own can suit alternative mounting systems.
This brush was developed in Scandinavia for keeping pigs happy in groups. It may help to relieve boredom, and random biting and fighting, but it certainly helps combat itching and insects. Mount securely at the right height, depending on size of pigs. They should be able to massage their head, back and flanks. The brushes are replaceable. Very robust. Galvanised spring and frame. Brushes are each 43cm x 10cm. Also very useful for calves for the same reasons as pigs.
Low-cost, quick and effective way to control pigs digging. Use several around the top of the nose. These clips are made of corrosion-resistant steel wire. (Not zinc-plated). Dimensions are overall width before closing x thickness of wire. Boxes of 100 clips, all sizes.
For applying all wire nose clips, usually to the top of the nose. Use this tool designed for the job, and get it done quickly, cleanly and painlessly. One tool fits all our sizes of wire clips. Length 19cm o.a.