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Livestock Protection Company Collars
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It's his last lamb.

The LPC Collar exploits the throat attack that predators use most frequently in killling sheep and goats. The LPC Collar was invented and developed by Roy McBride of the Livestock Protection Company. The LPC Collar is manufactured in Alpine, Texas and is distributed in sheep producing countries worldwide. It offers the most selective method available for removing only the predator that is killing livestock. The LPC Collar covers the portion of the neck that is bitten by problem animals during an attack. The toxicant filled rubber pouch is activated by the bite/puncture of the offending predator. The LPC Collar has passed extensive testing mandated by the United States Environmenal Protection Agency and has demonstrated no secondary hazards. The LPC Collar can be purchased in the United States only by licensed applicators and by USDA animal damage control agents.


The LPC collar permits livestock owners to remove only the offending problem animal.

Collars are now used to take puma, black-back jackal, African lynx, European lynx, leopard, hyena, coyote, and Andean Fox.
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  $20/small   $22.50/large

Black-backed jackal attacking a collared lamb in Transvall, South Africa.

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