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SDAL 67 Pig Midwifery Hook

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The pig delivery hook is a special tool used in the field of animal husbandry to assist newborn piglets in delivery.

  • Material: SS201
  • Size: 36×9cm
  • Weight: 100g
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    It is designed to assist in the safe and efficient removal of piglets during difficult or complicated farrowing. The hooks are made of durable and rust-resistant stainless steel. It has a slender handle with a curved point at one end. The other end of the handle usually has a comfort grip for ease of handling and enhanced control during use. When pig farmers encounter dystocia, they will use the midwifery hook to gently and carefully introduce the midwifery hook into the birth canal of the sow. Under the guidance of experienced doctors, the hook is manipulated to hook the piglet and gently pull it out of the birth canal to ensure a smooth and safe delivery. The design and shape of the hooks are optimized to prevent any damage to piglets or sows. The curved tip is rounded and smooth to minimize the risk of injury during extraction. The handle is ergonomically designed to provide a secure and comfortable grip, allowing the practitioner to apply the necessary force while maintaining control. Pig birth hooks are an indispensable tool for pig farmers and veterinarians, helping them to intervene in a timely and effective manner during difficult labor. By utilizing this tool, the risks associated with prolonged farrowing or dystocia can be minimized and the health and well-being of sows and piglets can be ensured. In addition to being practical, pig delivery hooks are easy to clean and disinfect, ensuring hygiene and preventing the spread of infection between animals.


    In conclusion, the pig delivery hook is a special tool that plays a vital role in assisting the delivery of newborn piglets. With its safe and efficient design, it helps breeders and veterinarians ensure successful and healthy farrowing, contributing to the overall well-being and productivity of the pig farm.

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