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Personalized ID Goat Collars

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Made in the USA
No Return or Exchange But Still 100% Guaranteed!
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LIST PRICE: $24.99
OUR PRICE: $14.95
(You save $10.04)

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Product Features

- Made in the USA 
- Customized with REPEATING Text and Art
- Computer generated art is actually part of the collar
- Is not a sticker, decal or anything else that could come off
- The text and art will not come off the collar, guaranteed!
- Durable Poly/Cotton Blend
- Machine Washable
- Fully Guaranteed if defective, chewed, broken, or even lost!
- Nickel Plated Alloy D Ring for Tag or Leash Attachment
- All weather nickel plated buckle closure
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Product Description

Color Selection
- Outer = Collar Color of outside (displayed) fabric
- Inner = Collar color of inside (against dogs neck) fabric
- Text = Collar of custom text and art
- We recommend selecting contrasting colors for the OUTER and TEXT colors.  Choosing 2 dark or 2 light colors will produce a very subtle appearance

This goat collar utilizes a buckle style closure. Sizing is given as a range of neck lengths.  Measure your goats neck size or its current collar length to obtain correct sizing.  Note that the sizing below is approximate and any number of factors can contribute to collars fitting different on your goats.  You can provide us with the neck sizes for your goat(s) in the comments section at checkout to avoid any sizing issues
- Small (12" to 16" long x 3/4" wide)
- Medium (18" to 22" long x 1" wide)
- Large (25" to 29" long x 1" wide)
- X-Large (31" to 35" long x 1" wide)


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  1. Tough Enough For Bucks, Pretty Enough For Does 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11/05/14 1:30 PM

    We ordered about 40 of these for our Alpine Dairy herd in Southern Indiana and put them on the goats at the beginning of breeding season. Even with all of the 'rough-housing' that goes on at that time, the collars have performed wonderfully!

    There have been no chewed-through collars, no broken buckles, and only a few 'slipoffs'. (For safety, we order them large enough that if the collar gets stuck on something like a fence, it is possible for the goat to pull the head out of the collar. Under normal circumstances the collar is heavy enough to hang low on the neck with the head up, and stays on as it gets caught on the erect ears when the head is down.)

    Visitors to our farm love to see the names on the collars, and it helps confirm the identity of those goats that look almost identical.

    We'll be ordering more for the new crop of kids in the Spring!