Dairy Farming

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Page 321 - This textbook may be borrowed for two weeks, with the privilege of renewing it once. A fine of five cents a day is incurred by failure to return a book on the date when it is due. The Education Library is open from 9 to 5 daily except Saturday when it closes at 12.30.
Page 292 - Quarters, 10. Shoulders — Light, good distance through from point to point, but sharp at withers, smoothly blending into body 2 Chest — Low, deep, and full between and back of forelegs...
Page 292 - Udder, long, wide, deep, but not pendulous nor fleshy; firmly attached to the body, extending well up behind and far forward; quarters even ; sole nearly level and not indented between teats, udder veins well developed and plainly visible 22...
Page 102 - Hungarian grass 28.9 Rape 14.3 Rye 23.4 Timothy 38.4 Hay and dry coarse fodders : Alfalfa hay 91.6 Clover hay — red .... 84.7 Corn forage — field cured . . 57.8 Corn stover 59.5 Cowpea hay 89.3 Hungarian hay 92.3 Oat hay 84.0 Soybean hay 88.7 Timothy hay 86.8 Straws : Oat straw 90.8 Rye straw 92.9 Wheat straw 90.4 Roots and tubers : Carrots 11.4...
Page 296 - Very large ; very crooked (age must be taken into consideration in judging of size and crookedness) ; entering very large or numerous orifices ; double extension ; with special developments such as branches, connections, etc 10 Udder and Teats — Very capacious ; very flexible ; quarters even...
Page 291 - Head, 10. Forehead — Broad and clearly defined 1 Horns — Wide set on and inclining upward 1 Face — Of medium length, slightly dished, clean cut, showing veins 2 Muzzle — Broad and strong without coarseness, nostrils large 1 Jaws — Wide at the base and strong 1 Eyes — Full and bright with placid expression...
Page 290 - Large size, flexible and not fleshy 6 B — Broad, level or spherical, not deeply cut between teats 4 C — Fore udder full and well rounded, running well forward of front teats 10...
Page 295 - Legs — Comparatively short ; clean and nearly straight ; wide apart ; firmly and squarely set under the body ; arms wide, strong and tapering ; feet of medium size, round, solid and deep 5 Tail — Large at base, the setting well back ; tapering finely...
Page 290 - Thighs flat and wide apart, giving ample room for udder 3 . G — Legs proportionate to size and of fine quality, well apart, with good feet, and not to weave or cross in walking '. 2...
Page 295 - Flanks — Deep ; full 2 Legs — Comparatively short ; clean and nearly straight ; wide apart ; firmly and squarely set under the body...

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