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" He must then take his sheep near to the door through which it is to pass out, and neatly trim the legs, and leave not a solitary lock anywhere as a harbor for ticks. It is absolutely necessary for him to remove from his stand to trim, otherwise the useless... "
Sheep Husbandry: With an Account of the Different Breeds, and General ... - Page 185
by Henry Stephens Randall - 1856 - 320 pages
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The American Agriculturist, Volume 5

Agriculture - 1846
...stand to trim, otherwise the useless stuff from the legs becomes intermingled with the fleece wool. In the use of the shears, let the blades be laid as...at a clip, frequently not so much, depending on the part, and compactness of the wool. The above instructions being designed for a beginner, we will suppose...
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The American Agriculturist, Volume 5

Agriculture - 1846
...to the door through which it is to pass put, and neatly trim the legs, and leave not a solitary lock anywhere as a harbor for ticks. It is absolutely necessary...stuff from the legs becomes intermingled with the fleece wool. In the use of the shears, let the blades be laid as flat to the skin as possible, not...
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Domestic animals; a pocket manual of cattle, horse, and sheep husbandry; or ...

Samuel Roberts Wells - 1858
...to the door through which it is to pass out, and neatly trim the legs, and leave not a solitary lock anywhere as a harbor for ticks. It is absolutely necessary...stuff from the legs becomes intermingled with the fleece wool. In the use of the shears, let the blades be laid as flat to the skin as possible, not...
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Sheep Husbandry: With an Account of Different Breeds...

Henry Stephens Randall, George Wilkins Kendall - Sheep - 1860 - 338 pages
...the door through which it is to pass out, and neatly trim the legs, and leave not a solitary loc!' anywhere as a harbor for ticks. It is absolutely necessary...points too much, nor cut more than from one to two inchea at a clip, frequently not so much, depending on the part and compactness of the wool." •In...
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SHEEP, SWINE, AND POULTRY

ROBERT JENNINGS, V.S. - 1864
...pass out, and neatly trim the legs, leaving not a solitary lock anywhere as a lodging-place for tick&t It is absolutely necessary for him to remove from...stuff from the legs becomes intermingled with the fleece- Wool In the use of the shears, the blades should be laid as flat to the skin as.possible, the...
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Household and Farmers' Cyclopedia: One Hundred Thousand Facts for the People ...

Agriculture - 1876 - 606 pages
...it is to pass out, and neatly trim the legs, leaving not a solitary lock anywhere as a lodging-place for ticks. It is absolutely necessary for him to remove...intermingled with the fleece-wool. In the use of the shears, the blades must be laid as flat to the skin as possible, the points not lowered too much, nor should...
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