The complete modern farrier : a compendium of veterinary science and practice, showing the best and most successful methods for the prevention of all diseases to which farm-stock are liable and showing also the best and most successful methods for the curative treatment fo these diseases the subjects dealt with including the breeding, management and veterinary treatment of horses for draught, driving, and racing ; the rules of the jockey club ; the breeding, management and veterinary treatment of dairy and feeding cattle with full instructions as to the prevention of tuberculosis, abortion, milk-fever and other bovine diseases ; the breeding, management and veterinary treatment of sheep, dogs, etc.

Thomas Brown, Author

1904
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Maker and Role
Thomas Brown, Author
Production Date
1904
Edition/State/Version
32nd ed. thoroughly rev.
Physical Description
764 p. : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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Accession No
10-0195
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Thomas Brown. 1904. The complete modern farrier : a compendium of veterinary science and practice, showing the best and most successful methods for the prevention of all diseases to which farm-stock are liable and showing also the best and most successful methods for the curative treatment fo these diseases the subjects dealt with including the breeding, management and veterinary treatment of horses for draught, driving, and racing ; the rules of the jockey club ; the breeding, management and veterinary treatment of dairy and feeding cattle with full instructions as to the prevention of tuberculosis, abortion, milk-fever and other bovine diseases ; the breeding, management and veterinary treatment of sheep, dogs, etc., 10-0195. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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