Weaver Cribbing Collar

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Weaver Leather Miracle Cribbing Collar
 
Patented by an equine dentist, this collar effectively and humanely prevents cribbing. Can be worn comfortably and safely when eating or drinking, with or without a halter, and applies pressure to the larynx only when the horse begins to crib. Unique shape keeps collar in place.  Made in U.S.A.
 
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Sizing:
Small – Small Pony, Weanling, Yearling (200- 600 lbs)
Medium – Large Pony, Cob, Arabian, Average Horse (600- 1,100 lbs)
Large- Warmblood, Draft (1,100- 1,800 lbs) 
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not effective. We had problems adjusting it enough to get our horse to stop cribbing. It got wet and was too loose, then dried and was too tight and he laid down and refused to eat. We took it off and will not be putting it on again. Honestly you'd be better off letting your horse crib. Very disappointing. August 16, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cribbers Beware! This collar is accurately named, it has definitely been a miracle for my cribbing horse. Since he has been wearing it I have not even seen him ATTEMPT to crib, not even once. The collar got wet and the leather did stretch out a bit, so it had to be retightened. Keep in mind that the front strap in front of the ears is what stops the cribbing, so it must remain pretty tight to work. The neck strap merely holds the collar in place, so make sure you can put two fingers between it and your horse's throat. It may seem expensive for what it is, just a couple of straps of leather, but it is WORTH EVERY PENNY! You will not spend any more money on anything else to stop cribbing, this collar works immediately and is all you need. Stateline also has the best price...it was $50 at my local Tractor Supply store. February 7, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by It Works! Just received the miracle collar 2 days ago for my 8 yr old TB mare who has always been a mild cribber. I've had her about 9 mos and she came with a different ineffective cribbing strap. The leather finally broke, so I ordered this one. This collar was effective immediately! She has not even attempted cribbing over the last 48 hrs. I highly recommend this product. June 13, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Miracle Collar When I first bought Jack, my 8 yr old quarter horse gelding,I was devastated to find that he is a cribber. My fault, I didn't ask and she didn't tell. After trying other products, I ordered your miracle collar. He has worn it for 3 days now. I started with it snug like the photo but thought it was to tight so I made the brow band loser. It still works. I am so happy with it. No more hearing that awful sucking sound and my trees are happy also. I just ordered the fleece cover to make it more comfortable for him. Thank you and Jack thanks you. Donna Hendrix and I'm A Happy Jack Too Goldendale Washington June 6, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Recomend but.. I highly recammend this product for WIND SUCKERS. not horses that eat wood. Also you have to make it really tight. I am having rubbing problems but i have been putting vaciline on before i put it on my horse and it stopped the rubbing. My horse hates it as it stopes him from wind sucking and its exspensive but other then that i like it. February 16, 2009
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