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" But good straw is better than unwholesome hay for all kinds of horses. The kidneys are excited to extraordinary activity. The urine, which, in this disease, is always perfectly transparent, is discharged very frequently and in copious profusion. The horse... "
The Stable Book: Being a Treatise on the Management of Horses ... With Notes ... - Page 170
by John Stewart (veterinary surgeon.) - 1861
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Stable Economy: A Treatise on the Management of Horses, in Relation to ...

John Stewart - 1851 - 378 pages
...that receive no roots nor boiled meat. Bad hay will change the horse's appearance and condition in two days, when he has an unlimited quantity of corn....prevailed so much in Glasgow during the winter of 1 836, glanders is seldom far ofF.* This worthless hay is always sold at a lower rate, and much of...
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The Book of the Farm, Volume 2

Henry Stephens - Agriculture - 1852
...becomes hidebound, emaciated, and feeble. His thirst is excessive. He never refuses water, and he drinks as if he would never give over. The disease does not...renders the horse useless, and ruins the constitution. Musty hay is eaid to be bad " for the wind," and it is certainly so for every part of the body.+ ON...
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THE FARMER'S GUIDE TO SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE

HENRY STEPHENS - 1853
...becomes hidebound, emaciated, and feeble. His thirst is excessive. He never refuses water, and he drinks as if he would never give over. The disease does not...renders the horse useless, and ruins the constitution. Musty hay is said to be bad " for the wind," and it is certainly so for every part of the body.f ON...
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The American Text Book of Practical and Scientific Agriculture

Charles Fox - 1854
...becomes hide-bound, emaciated, and feeble. His thirst is excessive. He never refuses water, and he drinks as if he would never give over. The disease does not...renders the horse useless, and ruins the constitution. Musty hay is said " to be bad for the wind/' and it is certainly so for every part of the body." (Stephens.)...
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The American Text Book of Practical and Scientific Agriculture, Intended for ...

Charles Fox - Agriculture - 1854 - 344 pages
...hide-bound, emaciated, and feeble. His thirst is excessive. H never refuses water, and be drinks as if he would never give over. The disease does not...renders the horse useless, and ruins the constitution. Musty hay is said " to be bad for the wind," and it is certainly so for every part of the body." (Stephen*.)...
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Stable Economy: A Treatise on the Management of Horses in Relation to ...

John Stewart (veterinary surgeon.) - 1860
...becomes hidebound, emaciated, and feeble. His thirst is excessive. He uever refuses water, and he drinks as if he would never give over. The disease does not...always sold at a lower rate, and much of it enters the coaching stables, but I am perfectly sure that it would be cheaper to pay the highest price for the...
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The Stable Book: Being a Treatise on the Management of Horses, in Relation ...

John Stewart (veterinary surgeon.) - Horses - 1864 - 378 pages
...as poisonous as it is nutritious. Slow draught-horses may not, indeed, be greatly injured by it. Bui good wheat-straw may be better. To fast, hard-working...rate, and much of it enters the coaching-stables, but f am perfectly sure that it would be cheaper to pay the highest price for the best. One ton of good...
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