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The Farmers' Practical Horse Farriery: Containing Practical Rules on Buying ... - Page 123
by Ephraim Nash - 1858 - 197 pages
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The Horse: With a Treatise of Draught and a Copious Index

William Youatt - Horses - 1831 - 472 pages
...blood to flow sufficiently fast ; or the finger being introduced into the mouth between the tushes and the grinders, and gently moved about, will keep...rapidity of the stream by the action and pressure of the neighbouring muscles. When sufficient blood has been taken, the edges of the wound should be brought...
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The Complete Practical Farmer: Being a Plain and Familiar Treatise on the ...

R. H. Budd - Agriculture - 1835 - 508 pages
...blood to flow sufficiently fust; or the fingers being introduced into the mouth, between the curbs and grinders, and gently moved about, will keep the mouth...rapidity of the stream, by the action and pressure of the neighbouring muscles. When sufficient blood has been taken, the edges of the wound should be brought...
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The horse

William Youatt - Nature - 1853
...fast; or, the finger being introduced into the mouth between the tushes and the grinders, and gontly moved about, will keep the mouth in motion, and hasten...rapidity of the stream by the action and pressure of the neighbouring muscles. should not be taken to draw the skin too much from the neck, otherwise blood...
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Youatt on the Structure and the Diseases of the Horse with Their Remedies ...

William Youatt, William Charles Spooner - Horses - 1857 - 483 pages
...blood to flow sufficiently fast ; or, the finger being introduced into the mouth between the tushes and the grinders, and gently moved about, will keep...blood has been taken, the edges of the wound should he brought closely and exactly together, and kept together by a small sharp pin being passed through...
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Hints to Horse-keepers, a Complete Manual for Horsemen ...: And Chapters on ...

Horses - 1859 - 425 pages
...the neck with the pail, or can ; a slight pressure will cause the blood to flow sufficiently fast. When sufficient blood has been taken, the edges of...together by a small sharp pin being passed through them. Bound this a little tow, or a few hairs from the mane of the horse, should be wrapped, so as to cover...
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Indian Domestic Economy and Receipt Book: Comprising Numerous Directions for ...

R. Riddell - Cookery, Indic - 1860 - 677 pages
...blood to flow sufficiently fast ; or the finger being introduced into the mouth, between the tusks and grinders, and gently moved about, will keep the mouth...rapidity of the stream by the action and pressure of the neighbouring muscles. " When sufficient blood has been taken, the edges of the wound should be brought...
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Youatt on the Structure and the Diseases of the Horse ...: Brought Down by W ...

William Youatt, Henry S. Randall, W. C. Spooner - Horses - 1865 - 465 pages
...blood to flow sufficiently fast ; or, the finger being introduced into the mouth between the tushes and the grinders, and gently moved about, will keep...be brought closely and exactly together, and kept togethet by a small sharp pin being passed through them. Round this alittb tow, or a few hairs from...
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The Horse: With a Treatise on Draught

William Youatt, Walker Watson - Horses - 1866 - 589 pages
...introduced into tho mouth between tho tushes and tho grinders, and gently moved about, will keep the month in motion, and hasten the rapidity of the stream by the action and pressure of the neighbouring muscles. When sufficient blood has been taken, the edges of the wound should bo brought...
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The New System of Educating Horses Including Instructions on Feeding ...

Dennis Magner - Horses - 1872 - 208 pages
...dull, inflammation of the vein might result. It is of great importance that the blood be drawn quickly. When sufficient blood has been taken, the edges of the wound should be brought closely together, and kept together by a small sharp pin being passed through them. Around this a little tow...
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The Horse

William Youatt, Walker Watson - Horses - 1874 - 589 pages
...mouth in motion, and hasten the rapidity of the stream by the action and pressure of the neighbouring muscles. When sufficient blood has been taken, the...together by a small sharp pin being passed through them. Bound this a little tow, or a few hairs from the mane of the horse, should be wrapped, so as to cover...
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