DEDEKS® ELECTRIC NECK COTER
In cattle herds, the animal hierarchy is of great importance for care and feeding or for preventing damage.
Cattle horns are genetically inherited in some cattle breeds and in general cattle breeds are horned, even if some individual animals are not.
Within the herd, animals with long horns and animals with hornless or broken horns may injure and traumatize each other, and sometimes one of them eats the other's feed and gains nutritional superiority.
While this situation is corrected in herd management, calves are taken under control when they are 1 or 2 months old.
The calf horn cotter helps to perform this process more effectively and safely. However, the use of this tool requires experience and caution, as improper use can harm the animal. At the same time, this should be done in accordance with the rules set by local laws and animal welfare regulations.
Calf dehorning is done by veterinarians or experienced farmers in most places. It is important that the animal is comfortable and safe during this procedure. Therefore, seeking professional help with dehorning calves may be the best approach. For more detailed information, please refer to the user manual.