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50 Per Cent Was White While The Balance Was Yellow And Went To The Top
A Free Martin
Bad-tempered Jerseys
Breeding A Young Mare
Breeding In Line
Butter Going White
Butter-fat In Sweet And Sour Cream
Concrete Stable Floor
Cows For Hill Country
Cream That Won't Whip
Cure For A Self-milker
Draining A Wet Spot
Drying A Persistent Milker

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Trespassing Live Stock

Is there a fence law in this State? In other words, do I have to fence
against my neighbors' stock, or does the law require him to care for his
stock and keep it off my property?

The old "no-fence law" which was enacted during the troubles between
wheat growers and stock rangers has been put out of commission by more
recent legislation. The trespassing live stock is liable for damage, but
just how to proceed to protect yourself you should learn from a local
lawyer who knows statutes and your county ordinances also.

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