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Sheep Husbandry: With an Account of the Different Breeds, and General ... - Page 148
by Henry Stephens Randall - 1856 - 320 pages
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A comprehensive history of the woollen and worsted manufactures, and the ...

James Bischoff - Business & Economics - 1842
...jaw, or chap, fine and thin ; the ears tolerably wide, and well covered with wool, and the forehead also, and the whole space between the ears well protected by it, as a defence from the fly. " The eye full and bright, but not prominent. The orbits of the eye — the eye-cap,...
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The farmer's dictionary: a vocabulary of the technical terms recently ...

Daniel Pereira Gardner - Agriculture - 1846 - 876 pages
...; the under jaw fine and thin ; the ears tolerably wide, and well covered with wool ; the forehead also, and the whole space between the ears, well protected by it, as a defence against the fly. " ' The eyes full and bright, but not prominent ; the portion of the frontal bone arching the eye not too prominent,...
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The Dictionary of the Farm

William Lewis Rham - Agriculture - 1855 - 498 pages
...the under-jaw fine and thin ; the ears tolerably wide, and •well covered with wool ; the forehead also, and the whole space between the ears, well protected by it, as a defence against the fly. ' The eyes full and bright, but not prominent; the portion of the frontal bone arching the eye not too prominent,...
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Transactions of the State Agricultural Society of Michigan: With ..., Volume 8

Michigan State Agricultural Society - Agriculture - 1857
...well covered with wool, and the forehead also, and the whole apace between the ears well proportioned by it, as a defence against the fly; the eye full...bone, not too projecting, that it may not form a fatal hindrance in lambing; the neck of a medium length, thin towards the head, but enlarging towards the...
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Annual Report, Volume 8, Part 1860

Massachusetts Agricultural College - Agricultural education - 1861
...under-jaw or chop fine and thin ; the ears tolerably wide, and well covered with wool ; the forehead, also, and the whole space between the ears well protected by it as a defence from the fly ; the eye full and bright, but not prominent, the orbit of the eye not too projecting...
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, Issues 1-7

Massachusetts - Massachusetts - 1861
...under-jaw or chop fine and thin ; the ears tolerably wide, and well covered with wool ; the forehead, also, and the whole space between the ears well protected by it as a defence from the fly ; the eye full and bright, but not prominent, the orbit of the eye not too projecting...
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Cattle, Sheep, and Deer

Duncan George Forbes Macdonald - Cattle - 1872 - 745 pages
...tolerably wide, and well covered with wool; the forehead also, and the whole space between the ears, ia well protected by it, as a defence against the fly. The eye is full and bright, but not prominent. The orbits of the eye, the eye-cap, or bone, not too projecting,...
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The history, structure, economy, and diseases of the sheep

William Charles Spooner - 1874
...under-jaw or chop fine and thin ; the ears tolerably wide, and well covered with wool, and the forehead also, and the whole space between the ears well protected...fly. The eye full and bright, but not prominent. The orbit of the eye (the eye-cap or bone) not too projecting, that it may not form a fatal obstacle in...
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REPORTS OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE UNITED STATES TO THE INTERNATIONAL ...

1876
...under jaw, or chap, fine and thin; the ears tolerably wide and well covered with wool, and the forehead also, and the whole space between the ears well protected by it as a defense against the fly; the eye full and bright, but not prominent; the neck of medium length, thin...
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Reports of the Commissioners of the United States to the ..., Volume 1

Robert Henry Thurston - Vienna International Exhibition - 1876
...jaw, or chap, flue and thin ; the ears tolerably wide and well covered with wool, aud the forehead also, and the whole space between the ears well protected by it as a defense against the fly ; the eye full aud bright, but not prominent ; the neck of medium length, thin...
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