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North Highlands Community Museum

Emasculator


Accession number: 2013.4.68
Object type: Livestock
Date: before 1970
Materials: Stainless Steel
Measurements: 29.5 cm L x 5 cm W
Marks/Label: Little rust.
Indents in handle.
Narrative: From the Middle Ridge home of John Morrison.  He used this when he had too many bulls in his herd and therefore it was necessary to neuter some. He did all types of veterinary work to keep his animals healthy or more useful to his farm.The receipt for the purchase of this emasculator is in the archives. 
History of Use: Tool used for castration of livestock.