12 metres of strong wire which can be used to remove the tips from horns or to help remove a dead foetus from the womb.
Wire handles can be purchased separately.
The removal of the sharp points of the horns of adult cattle is known as horn tipping. This procedure is of little value in reducing the amount or severity of bruising on carcases, but tipping can relieve the irritation caused when a curled horn grows back into the head.
The operation can sometimes be done by placing large dehorners over the horn tip.
Where this is not possible, embryotomy wire is used to saw through the horn tip.