CATTLE AND THEIR DISEASES
THEIR HISTORY AND BREEDS, CROSSING AND BREEDING, AND
FEEDING AND MANAGEMENT; WITH THE DISEASES
TO WHICH THEY ARE SUBJECT, AND
THE REMEDIES BEST ADAPTED
TO THEIR CURE.
TO WHICH IS ADDED A LIST OF
THE MEDICINES USED IN TREATING CATTLE.
JENNINGS, V. S.,
PROFESSOR OF PATHOLOGY AND OPERATIVE SURGERY IN THE
VETERINARY COLLEGE OF
PHILADELPHIA; LATE PROFESSOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE IN
COLLEGE OF OHIO; SECRETARY OF THE AMERICAN VETERINARY
OF PHILADELPHIA; AUTHOR OF "THE HORSE
AND HIS DISEASES," ETC., ETC.
John E. Potter and Company,
617 Sansom Street.
interest has of late years been manifested in our
country relative to the subject of breeding and rearing
domestic cattle. This has not been confined to the
dairyman alone. The greater portion of intelligent
agriculturists have perceived the necessity of paying
more attention than was formerly devoted to the
improvement and perfection of breeds for the uses of the
table as well. In this respect, European cattle-raisers
have long taken the precedence of our own.................