Preparation is key, make sure you know when to shear and have all the equipment you need to complete a successful shearing.
Lister A2F Fine Clipper Blades (metal cutter driving socket)
- These are known as fine blades as they clip closer to the skin than A2/AC and are supplied as standard with every clipper.
- The comb A2F is similar to the A2 and has 35 teeth and is 75 mm wide.
- When new it will leave 1.4 mm of hair on the animal.
- Metal cutter driving socket
These are known as fine blades as they clip closer to the skin than A2/AC and are supplied as standard with every clipper. The comb A2F is similar to the A2 and has 35 teeth and is 75 mm wide. When new it will leave 1.4 mm of hair on the animal. Metal cutter driving socket.
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Lister has been manufacturing clipping blades since the 1930s. They know exactly what your horse requires, with comfort and beauty in mind, based on years of experience!
Lister HQ in Gloucestershire manufactures all of their clipping blades. They're known for their toughness, quality, and cutting abilities. Lister blades are distinguished by their ribbed back, which reduces weight and heat transfer. Hair can be quickly swept away from the blades to prevent clogs, and the blades have a self-cleaning feature.
As the evenings get cooler and the temperature drops, your horse’s coat will start to change. It will become duller and thicker. As September begins, you should think, when should I clip my horse’s winter coat? For most horses, the first clip will be in late September or the beginning of October and throughout the winter months, you will continue to clip right through to February.