What do shepherds use their crooks for?
They use the crooks to pull the animals back in if they stray away from the fold (group). It can reach a good distance so if they are on a slope or incline they can easily be reached by extending the cane/stick using the bottom part to hold onto and put the "crooked" part around the neck to pull them to safety. It was also for defense as well. The bible has a lot of information there as well. Check it out!
I assume that 'crooks' are the staffs used by sheep shepherds? If so, yes, a shepherd is still using a shepherd's crook today. The crook part is used mainly to catch a sheep round the throat, either to get hands on, or to lift the sheep from an awkward place - in a ditch of water, mud, or on a ledge on a cliff face within reach, and so on.
Crooks believes that due to his race no one likes him, also his disability crooks is called crooks because he has a crocked back after being kicked by a horse crooks has a room isolated away from everyone else in which everything in there is what would represent crooks as who he is. when Lennie is talking to crooks when George is gone into town, crook says how lonly his life is
Shepherds were among the very poorest people in medieval society, but their appearance changed over time just as every aspect of life changed during the very long medieval period. In the 12th century, English shepherds generally wore a woollen tunic over hose (separate leg coverings, sometimes bound around with waxed cloth). Over these they wore a variety of cloaks, capes and hoods to keep out wind and rain. Ankle boots of turnshoe style were worn…