In the common interest of humanity, says a veterinary surgeon in "Hall's Journal of Health" for April, I feel compelled to offer a few remarks regarding a most barbarous act of cruelty ...Article : 427 words
When the calf is once trained to drink and eat well in the feeding pen, all that will be required will be to give it its drinks at regular hours, and fresh supplies of hay daily; and to ...Article : 195 words
The night shed, as explained in the last article, is a mere shell, with a trough on each side, and hayracks all round, and in sections through it. The calves can eat from both sides of the rack ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 611 words
The absolute necessity of dryness, warmth, and shelter, cannot be too firmly impressed on those rearing young calves, as the good health and stamina of the animals depend on it. Everyone ...Article : 298 words
When consdered old enough, the calf should be put into the calf paddock, which should surround the night shed, and be naturally dry, warm, and well grassed. A fine, dry, sunny day should ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 375 words
The plans I have given are on a large scale, but they can be reduced in size suitable for half a dozen calves as well as increased to accommodate several hundred. It is advisable to rear only the ...Article : 316 words
"North Somerset" writes: "As science advances, more and more attention is given to details, and it is found that what are popularly considered to be very minor points often turn out to be ...Article : 249 words
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