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" This root is held in much esteem. There is none better, nor perhaps so good. When first given it is slightly diuretic and laxative ; but as the horse becomes accustomed to it, these effects cease to be produced. They also improve the state of the skin. "
The Farmers' Practical Horse Farriery: Containing Practical Rules on Buying ... - Page 100
by Ephraim Nash - 1858 - 197 pages
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Stable Economy: A Treatise on the Management of Horses, in Relation to ...

John Stewart - 1851 - 378 pages
...They should always be washed. They require much boiling, and when large they may be cut. CARROTS. — This root is held in much esteem. There is none better,...the horse becomes accustomed to it, these effects are not produced. Carrots also improve the state of the skin. They form a good substitute for grass,...
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The horse

William Youatt - Nature - 1853
...one. To the healthy horse they should be given sliced in his chaff. Half a bushel will be a fair daily allowance. There is little provender of which the...They also improve the state of the skin. They form a irood substitute for grass, and an excellent alterative for horses out of condition. To sick and idle...
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The Stable Book: Being a Treatise on the Management of Horses, in Relation ...

John Stewart - Horses - 1855 - 378 pages
...should always be washed. They require much boiling, and when large they may be cut. CARROTS.—This root is held in much esteem. There is none better,...the horse becomes accustomed to it, these effects are not produced. Carrots also improve the state of the skin. They form a good substitute for grass,...
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The Stable Book: Being a Treatise on the Management of Horses, in Relation ...

John Stewart - Horses - 1856 - 378 pages
...They should always be washed. They require much boiling, and when large they may be cut. CARROTS. — This root is held in much esteem. There is none better,...the horse becomes accustomed to it, these effects are not produced. Carrots also improve the state of the skin. They form a good substitute for grass,...
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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
...one. To the healthy horse they should be given sliced in his chaff. Half a bushel will be a fair daily allowance. There is little provender of which the...also improve the state of the skin. They form a good subatitute for grass, and an excellent alterative for horses out of condition. To sick and idle horses...
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THE FAMILY, FARM AND GARDENS, AND THE DOMESTIC ANIMALS.

1859
...one. To the healthy horse they should be given sliced in his chaff. Half a bushel will be a fair daily allowance. There is little provender of which the...produced. They also improve the state of the skin." Potatoes have been given, and with advantage, in their raw state sliced with chaff; but where it has...
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Indian Domestic Economy and Receipt Book: Comprising Numerous Directions for ...

R. Riddell - Cookery, Indic - 1860 - 677 pages
...necessary for its amalgamation, softens and makes it more fit for digestion. them in his Stable Economy : " This root is held in much esteem. There is none better...nor perhaps so good; when first given it is slightly dinretic and laxative, but as the horse becomes accustomed to it these effects cease to be produced...
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The Stable Book: Being a Treatise on the Management of Horses ... With Notes ...

John Stewart (veterinary surgeon.) - History - 1861
...They should always be washed. They require much boiling, and when large they may be cut. CARROTS. — This root is held in much esteem. There is none better,...the horse becomes accustomed to it, these effects are not produced. Carrots also improve the state of the skin. They form a good substitute for grass,...
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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
...one. To the healthy horse they should be given sliced in his chaff. Half a bushel will be a fair daily allowance. There is little provender of which the...so good. When first given it is slightly diuretic arid laxative ; but as the horse becomes accustomed to it, these effects cease to be produced. They...
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The Horse: With a Treatise on Draught

William Youatt, Walker Watson - Horses - 1866 - 589 pages
...following account of the value of the carrot is not exaggerated by Stewart in his Stable Economy. ' Thin root is held in much esteem. There is none better,...for grass, and an excellent alterative for horses ont of condition. To sick and idle horses they render corn unnecessary. They are beneficial in all...
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