Re: AAR stockcar / missing part of first post


I know they had cattle prods in the late 40s as I saw them in use.
Also you when loading sheep you use a judas goat. The sheep will follow it even to slaughter.
Thank you
Larry Jackman
Boca Raton FL

On Dec 20, 2006, at 8:04 AM, Frederick Freitas wrote:


Energized batons are effective for crowd control, absolutely. My question is more in line with the time frame of moving cattle in the 30's to 50's, well before shock bats, and tazers. Can any lister provide cattle management tools from the era stated? TIA

Fred Freitas

RUTLANDRS@... wrote:
These were called "cattle prods". The ones I am familiar with (law
enforcement use) are battery powered and will certainly MOOOVE you.
Chuck Hladik

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