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" Round this a little tow, or a few hairs from the mane of the horse, should be wrapped, so as to cover the whole of the incision ; and the head of the horse should be tied up for several hours to prevent his rubbing the part against the manger. In bringing... "
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
...them. Round this a little tow, or a few hairs from the mane of the horse, should be wrapped, so as to cover the whole of the incision ; and the head...neck, otherwise blood will insinuate itself between the skin and the muscles beneath, and cause an unsightly and sometimes troublesome swelling. The blood...
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The Complete Practical Farmer: Being a Plain and Familiar Treatise on the ...

R. H. Budd - Agriculture - 1835 - 508 pages
...the mane of the horse should be wrapped, so as to cover the whole of the incision ; and the head 32 of the horse should be tied up for several hours to...neck, otherwise blood will insinuate itself between the skin and the muscles, and cause an unsightly and aometimes troublesome swelling. The blood should...
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On the structure and the diseases of the horse, with their remedies: also ...

William Youatt - 1851 - 483 pages
...them. Round this a little tow, or a few hairs from the mane of the horse, should be wrappod, so as to cover the whole of the incision ; and the head...an unsightly and sometimes troublesome swelling.* Tlie blood should be received into a vessel, the dimensions of which are exactly known, so that the...
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Hints to Horse-keepers, a Complete Manual for Horsemen ...: And Chapters on ...

Horses - 1859 - 425 pages
...them. Bound this a little tow, or a few hairs from the mane of the horse, should be wrapped, so as to cover the whole of the incision ; and the head...together, and introducing the pin, care should be taken 9 not to draw the skin too much, from the neck, otherwise blood will insinuate itself between it...
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Hints to horse-keepers: a complete manual for horsemen, and chapters on ...

Horses - 1859 - 425 pages
...them. Round this a little tow, or a few hairs from the tnane of the horse, should be wrapped, so as to cover the whole of the incision ; and the head of the horse should bo tied up for several hours, to prevent his rubbing the part against the manger. In bringing the edges...
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Hints to Horse-keepers: A Complete Manual for Horsemen ... and Chapters on ...

Henry William Herbert - Horsemanship - 1860 - 431 pages
...them. Bound this a little tow, or a few hairs from the mane of the horse, should be wrapped, so as to cover the whole of the incision ; and the head of the horse sliould be tied up for several hours, to prevent his rubbing the part against the manger. In bringing...
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Indian Domestic Economy and Receipt Book: Comprising Numerous Directions for ...

R. Riddell - Cookery, Indic - 1860 - 677 pages
...of the horse, should be wrapped so as to cover the who le of the incision, and the head of the horse tied up for several hours, to prevent his rubbing the part against the manger. "Few directions are necessary for the use of the lancet. Those who are competent to operate with it...
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The Book of field sports, and library of veterinary knowledge, ed. by H.D. Miles

Book - 1862
...be taken that no hairs are between the lips of the cut. In bringing the edges of the wound together, care should be taken not to draw the skin too much...neck, otherwise blood will insinuate itself between the skin and the muscles, and cause a swelling which sometimes proves troublesome. The edges of the...
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Hints to Horse-keepers: A Complete Manual for Horsemen; Embracing ...

Henry William Herbert - Horsemanship - 1863 - 425 pages
...them. Bound this a little tow, or a few hairs from the mane of the horse, should be wrapped, so as to cover the whole of the incision ; and the head...part against the manger. In bringing the edges of fhe wound together, and introducing the pin, care should be taken 9 not to draw the skin too much from...
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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
...through them. Round this alittb tow, or a few hairs from the mane of the horse, should be wrapped, so as to cover the whole of the incision ; and the head...part against the manger. In bringing the edges of ths wound together, and introducing the pin, care should be taken not to draw the skin too much from...
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