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Diseases of Animals

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A Mangy Cow
A Neck-swelling
A Sterile Cow
Abnormal Thirst Of Horse
Abscess Of Parotid Gland
An Easement In Bloat
B Wintringham
Barren Heifers
Bleeding For Blackleg
Blind Teat
Bloody Milk
Bovine Rheumatism
Calf Dysentery

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Fatal Skin Disease

About two months ago a horse was turned out in pasture. Several of the
horses in the pasture started to lose their hair. It seemed to fall away
from the hide, and leave the skin exposed. The horse that was newly
turned to pasture got the same disease and died. The other horses did
not die. The hair on the horse that had died had fallen off from the
sides and hind legs.

This is gangrenous dermatis, a gangrenout inflammation of the skin. It
is due to mould, must or vegetable fungi. Remove to a new pasture, give
food free from the fungi, and apply the following ointment to the skin:
Lanoline, 8 ounces; zinc oxide, 1 ounce; Pearson's Creoline, 1/2 ounce;
tannin, 3 drachms; mix and apply once daily.

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