Image from page 698 of “Live stock : a cyclopedia for the farmer and stock owner including the breeding, care, feeding and management of horses, cattle, swine, sheep and poultry with a special department on dairying : being also a complete stock doctor :

Image from page 698 of “Live stock : a cyclopedia for the farmer and stock owner including the breeding, care, feeding and management of horses, cattle, swine, sheep and poultry with a special department on dairying : being also a complete stock doctor :
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Title: Live stock : a cyclopedia for the farmer and stock owner including the breeding, care, feeding and management of horses, cattle, swine, sheep and poultry with a special department on dairying : being also a complete stock doctor : with one thousand explanatory engravings
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Baker, A. H. (Austin Hart), 1852-
Subjects: Livestock Veterinary medicine
Publisher: Kansas City, Mo. : Intercollegiate Press
Contributing Library: NCSU Libraries
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AYRSHIRE HEirER—LOLA OF ROSEWONTSpecially Clwtograplied * this work SHORT-HORN CATTLE, 663 Dacie died. In 1853, peremptory sale of his stock was widely adver-tised. Allured by the reputation of his herd, several American gen-tlemen went over to witness it. The attendance of English breeders wasvery large, and the sales averaged higher prices in individual animalsthan had been reached since the famous sale of Charles Colling in 1<S10.

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Mr. Samuel Tluanc, of Duchess county, N. Y., bought several of the bestand highest priced animals, of the Duchess and Oxford tribes, andadded to them several more choice ones, from different herds. Messi-s.L. G. Morris, and the late Noel J. Beoar, of New York, bought others ofthe Duchess, and Oxfords, to which they added more from other 664 CYCLOPEDIA OF LIVE STOCK AND COMPLETE STOCK DOCTOR. choice herds. These Bates importations Lave since been bred so sue-cessfuUy by their holders here, that several young bulls and heifers havebeen purchased by English breeders, and sent over to them at goodprices, where they are highly valued. In 1852-3-4, several spirited companies were formed in Clinton, Mad-ison, and other counties in Ohio, and in Bourbon, Fayette, and someother counties of Kentucky, and made importations of the best cattle to b.found in the English herds, and after their arrival here, distribute!among their stockholders. Mr. R. A. Alexander, of Kentucky, also,during those years

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