Cattle Dehorners - Manual & LPG-Fired

Get it done quickly and efficiently.

Horns on cattle can pose significant welfare issues, and the best way to prevent these is to disbud or dehorn at an early age. Te Pari has a range of Dehorners to suit your requirements.

Quick, effective and efficient.

The Te Pari LPG Calf Dehorner is a NZ-made, fully portable LPG gas fired unit that will constantly maintain a high temperature ensuring the quick, effective and efficient dehorning of calves. Two solid models are available and consist of a plastic or stainless steel handle, a large copper alloy element that retains plenty of heat to ensure an effective treatment and a temperature adjustment valve.

WHICH MODEL TO CHOOSE?

The burner assembly is the same in the Plastic Handle and Stainless Handle models. The Stainless Handle has a flange on it at the end of the handle grip which user find useful when appling downward pressure. This flange also prevents your hand slipping down toward the hot area.


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From$435.00
LPG Calf Dehorner - Stainless Handle

LPG Calf Dehorner - Stainless Handle

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From$375.00
LPG Calf Dehorner - Plastic Handle

LPG Calf Dehorner - Plastic Handle

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From$395.00
Convex Junior Dehorner

Convex Junior Dehorner

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From$445.00
Convex Large Dehorner

Convex Large Dehorner

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From$525.00
Original Keystone Dehorner

Original Keystone Dehorner

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From$500.00
Concave Yearling Dehorner

Concave Yearling Dehorner

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From$95.00
Spare LPG Dehorner Heads - (Extra Small) 14mm

Spare LPG Dehorner Heads - (Extra Small) 14mm

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From$95.00
Spare LPG Dehorner Heads - Small (16mm)

Spare LPG Dehorner Heads - Small (16mm)

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From$95.00
Spare LPG Dehorner Heads - Standard (18mm)

Spare LPG Dehorner Heads - Standard (18mm)

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From$95.00
Spare LPG Dehorner Heads - Large (20mm)

Spare LPG Dehorner Heads - Large (20mm)

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QUICK TIP: Is Electric or LPG better?

A LPG fired Dehorner generally heats up hotter than electric versions. The large copper head helps to hold that heat to get the job done right first time even in cold conditions.