With what. a saw, sawzall, grinder?Bigfoot":h0i0am8v said:
Banjo":qrh2w5am said:With what. a saw, sawzall, grinder?Bigfoot":qrh2w5am said:
Yes. I think they need to be young horns. I tried it on an old cow once that had one horn that stuck straight out like a gun barrel....very difficult to get her head in the shoot without opening it wide open, but finally caught her and put a band on that horn but it didn't phase it....too hard I guess....I couldn't even cut it with dehorners it was so hard.quartermeter":7g2pi379 said:You can use castration bands. I'm going to try it. Lots of info in the web.
No, a piece of iron with a handle. I've seen one with a 1 1/2" ball bearing welded on the end. Ya heat it up hot as blazes and use it to cauterize the area where the horn was. Stops the bleeding most of the time.Banjo":2r198453 said: