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Wall Lenk

Easy-to-handle dehorners for use on young calves & goats up to 1 month of age. Permanently destroys the horn cell, preventing any future growth.

120 volt with 3-wire grounded plug.

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Item # Description Price Each Qty
W5-D1 Dehorner, 125 watts Each $44.95
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 - Wednesday, September 04, 2013
Not recommended
Reviewed By:  S. Holbrook (Florence, AZ) 
I do not recommend this product due to the dehorner not getting hot enough. It takes too long to heat back up after use on one horn bud. This product does not hold up to long term use and it is usually necessary to re-dehorn the goat because this item does not stay hot enough. I purchased the X-50A recently. It is a much better option if you have multiple goats to dehorn. It gets very hot and stays hot! Which will prevent having to re-dehorn the goat.

 - Thursday, April 25, 2013
Lenk 200
Reviewed By:  Joe (Atlanta, GA) 
I have used 3 of these Lenk dehorners/disbudders and was not satisfied with either of them. Always left a mess and the iron dosen't hold up, and it never gets hot enough to do a quick and thorough job. I tried all the work arounds, and eventually wound up heating the end with a propane torch, which is highly unsatisfatory for an electric appliance. I invested in a Rhinehart and have had perfect and happy results ever since. Save yourself the trouble, pay for the more expensive Rhinehart, in the first place and save yourself the aggravation and expense of an iron that just dosen't work well. I have used many different methods of disbudding, have bred Swiss breed dairy goats and calves for over 45 years. My advice is don't waste your money on the Lenk.

 - Monday, April 15, 2013
Reviewed By:  sheahan (dilke, saskatchewan) 
Excellent dehorner which we have used for 20 years. The trick to getting it hot enough is to make sure the tip doesn't rest on anything while it is heating or when it is in use. Also, use a copper brillo pad to repeatedly clean the tip and make sure you shave the skull close to the scalp before starting. For bucks, remember their horn bud is more oval and larger than a doe kid.
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