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Sheep Handler
Latest new labor-saver for handling sheep is this V-shaped conveyer. Sheep approach it around a blind corner and find themselves suddenly being lifted up and carried by the moving sides.
They're carried along with their feet off the ground and are unable to stop, turn around or hide their head. Sheep can be easily flipped over onto their back while in the conveyor for crutching, foot trimming, inspection or whatever. The conveyor can be elevated and used to load sheep into a truck.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Robertson-Dwyer Sheep Handler, 21 Albert St., Parkes, NSW, Australia 2870 (ph 068 62 1918).

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1984 - Volume #8, Issue #1