3 edition of An account of the distemper among the horned cattle found in the catalog.
An account of the distemper among the horned cattle
1783 by printed for, and sold by J. Beadsmoore: - may be had of Mr. Gregory, Leicester; and Mr. Drewry, Derby in Ashby-de-la-Zouch .
Written in English
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 7244, no.03).
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An account of the distemper among the horned cattle book By Thomas Kirkland, M.D. Member of the Medical Society at Edinburgh. [Thomas Kirkland]. Johann Ulrich von Bilguer, a Prussian military surgeon, had written against amputation, and a book of his had appeared in English in An Essay on the Inseparability of the different Branches of Medicine, (London, ).
An Account of the Distemper Among the Horned Cattle: At Caulk in Derbyshire, in A compleat view of the present epidemical distemper among the horned cattle, with the best method of cure. Faithfully collected from the most authentick accounts and papers hitherto published.
Full text of "An Essay on the Nature, Causes, and Cure of the Contagious Distemper Among the Horned Cattle in See other formats. In Dr. Layard published “An Essay on the Contagious Distemper among the Horned Cattle in these Kingdoms.” He also published “An Essay on the Bite of a Mad Dog” ().
Inwhen the cattle-plague again broke out, he was sent for by the Privy Council, and assisted in the drafting of Orders in Council and Acts of Parliament. THE CATTLE DISEASE.; Succinct History of the Rise, Progress and Decline of the Cattle Distemper in Massachusetts.
food and shelter of horned cattle especially. It will prompt farmers to. DISTEMPER AMONGST CATTLE. By Dr. ARMSTRONG, Moate, Westmeath. During the past week, information has reached me from various quarters, that the epizootic which raged through England and Ireland for the last two years, still continues its ravages, and has made its appearance in many districts, where until lately it has been unknown.
Full text of "On the cattle plague: or, Contagious typhus in horned history, origin, description, and treatment" See other formats. Every man his own cattle doctor; or a practical treatise on the diseases of horned cattle; wherein is laid down a concise and familiar description of all the diseases incident to oxen, cows, and sheep.; and the most efficacious treatment of cows, before, at, and after.
'An Essay on the Nature, Causes, and Cure of the Contagious Distemper among the Horned Cattle in these Kingdoms,' 8vo, London, 2. 'An Essay on the Bite of a Mad Dog,' 8vo, London, 3.
'An Account of the Somersham Water in the County of Huntingdon,' 8vo, London, 4. 'Pharmacopœia in usum Gravidarum Puerperarum,' &c., 8vo, London. “Escherichia colia OH7 is a relatively new strain of the common intestinal bacteria (no one had seen it before ) that thrives in feedlot cattle, An account of the distemper among the horned cattle book percent of which carry it in their gut.
Ingesting as few as ten of these microbes can cause a fatal infection; they produce a toxin that destroys human kidneys.”. An Essay on the Nature, Causes, and Cure of the Contagious Distemper among the Horned Cattle in these Kingdoms (London, ) An Essay on the Bite of a Mad Dog (London, ) An Account of the Somersham Water in the County of Huntingdon (London, ) Pharmacopœia in usum Gravidarum Puerperarum (London, ) Family.
Distemper is frequently used in the same sense as disease, but is particularly applicable to cattle.—This term implies a species of contagious fever, attended with an in-flammation which is succeeded by a gangrene in the lungs, liver, or.
is always preceded by a shivering and trembling of the limbs, which are followed by va rious febrile symptoms, such as difficulty of. When the distemper among horned cattle raged in these parts, I lost to the value of sixty or seventy pounds: but the gentlemen who acted as landlords, often declared, I should be considered by them.
Yet when my losses were laid before them, they reproached me for my religious connections, and absolutely refused me any assistance.
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Layard, D.P. () An essay on the nature, causes and cure of the contagious distemper among the horned cattle in these Kingdoms. London: J. Rivington, Ch. Bathurst & T. Payne. Leclainche, E. () Histoire illustré de la médecine by: 2.
Coates's herd book: containing the pedigrees of improved short-horned cattle / ([S.l.: s.n.], Joseph Rogerson), ), by Henry Strafford and Shorthorn Society of Great Britain and Ireland (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
English: Fleuron from book: An essay on the nature, causes, and cure of the contagious distemper among the horned cattle in these kingdoms. By Daniel Peter Layard, M. Physician to her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Walks; Member of the Royal College of Physicians in London, and of the Royal Societies of London and Gottingen.
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Cattle without horns, which are called polled cattle, are common. Suppose a horned male mated with a polled female. Their offspring are all polled. On maturity, two cattle of the F1 generation mated. Their offspring are a mix of polled and horned cattle.
a specific group of cattle that has a similar appearance, characteristics, and behaviors that distinguish it from other cattle in the same species. Horned cattle that have horns and carry the horned trait a homozygous (pure) recessive condition. About this Item: Hansebooks MaiTaschenbuch.
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Knowlson, Book Edition: 10th Thousand, Rev., Corr. And Enl. says it has not both rows of teeth, but wants its upper teeth, and chews as horned cattle do, and has bellies like theirs; for they have more bellies than one, as the sheep, and goat, and hart, and others; since the service of the mouth is not sufficient to grind the food for want of teeth, this is supplied by the bellies, which receive the.
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Whilst vaccination has resulted in a decrease in the incidence of this disease in recent years, pockets of infection still exist, especially in large cities where there are many unvaccinated dogs.This encyclopedic guide traces the domestication of cattle, looking at the evolution and eventual extinction of different types and breeds.
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