The Combi Clamp Sheep Handler

A simple yet ingenious design which offers versatility, affordability, and efficiency.

The benefits of a Combi Clamp

Manually Operated

The Combi Clamp does not require power or air to operate which has many benefits. A simple locking system allows the operator to keep the sheep restrained while they leave the handler.

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Handle Different Sizes

The distance between the pivot point and where the sheep stand gives us the flexibility to handle a range of different sized sheep without having to use the width adjustment.

Versatile

With hands-free operation and good access over the full length of the sheep, the Combi Clamp is well suited to multiple tasks as well as multitasking.

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Sheep handlers are like motels.
Would you go back???

The Combi Clamp is an experience that sheep are happy to repeat.

What the Combi Clamp can do:

Dagging/Crutching

Made so easy. Minimal physical effort is required to hold the sheep…

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Drenching

Fast operation. The Combi Clamp holds each sheep in the same position…

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Capsuling

Very efficient because the hands-free operation allows reloading of applicators…

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Vaccinating

A quick and easy operation as sheep can be slowed down and held briefly…

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Weighing

The advantage of weighing with the Combi Clamp is that the operator is tared out…

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Tagging/Ear Marking

The Combi Clamp allows access to the ears whilst holding the sheep steady.

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Mouthing

Physically demanding using conventional methods, the Combi Clamp allows you…

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Drafting

The Combi Clamp means you can work on animals and draft in one easy process.

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Foot Paring

Be activating the locking bar, the sheep can be held in a natural standing position…

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EID

The addition of a panel reader or stick reader, traits can be loaded against the tag…

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You must put a value on the ease
and safety of a job as well.

Products

Standard Unit

The standard unit enables you to do your dagging and general sheep handling ie; drenching, vaccinating, mouthing, tagging, capsuling, feet etc. One unit can be used left or right-handed.

Three Way Draft

The 3 way draft is the most popular extra because each time you have sheep in the yards they are generally drafted for some reason ie; condition, age, weight, sex, strangers. Why not do it all in one pass?

Dismantled equipment

Weigh Gear Attachments

Weigh gear attachments are the attachments that are required to accommodate an electronic weighing system.
Scales are available on request.

Curved Races

Curved Races may be required to assist with the positioning of the Combi Clamp or may be an advantage for a sole operator.

Wheel Attachments

Enables the Standard Unit to become its own 1.7m wide trailer and carry optional extras including Three Way Draft, Curves etc

Wool Classing Wall

Allows access to the wool across the sheep rather than just the back. Also offers a good view of feet.

Lamb Cushion Wall

A lower wall on the operators side which makes it easier to handle lambs, especially when drenching and vaccinating.
Popular with goat farmers also as the horns can sit above it.

Handpiece Holder

This device can be easily fitted to most materials with the Tek screws provided. Here it is attached to the drawbar of the Wheel Attachments for portability. Fully covered with rubber, it is a soft and sturdy hook for your handpiece.

Sheep Anti-Backing Ramp

Fits into races of varying width. Sheep flow over the ramp very well and we are yet to see one back over it.



Gadget Holder

Gadget Holder

Attached via the Weigh Gear Attachments, the Gadget Holder is a safe, stable place to put all those bits and pieces, such as: indicator, vaccine, ear markers, raddle, and tags. If you don’t have Weigh Gear Attachments, you will need to construct your own mounts. This could be either rods hit into the ground, or sockets attached to the back of the handler.

Dagging plants and scales available on request.

Man’s best friend loves it too.

How to videos

Sheep Handler Assembly

Weigh Gear Assembly

Wheel Attachments

Drenching with the Combi Clamp

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