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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 24 October 1878

ROCKY MOUlNTAIN RUSBANDMAN -- Journal evoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. S 1() Cts. ~-- --- --" ý-- -- - ` _I PEIL SNGLE: COPY. VOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, I. T., OCTOBER 2, 7. 0.4 ' _ .N O. 49.I .i BL;lIf ) WEEL Y BY IR. N. SUTHERLIN, ED i) 'TOrI AN)D P']. OPRIETOI The RlOCKY MOUNTAIN IIT SIANDMAN .i8 leoiglined to be, atn uic tiaufl iltticattes, :a hubtlub dlnar i every .,:tACeon teltr cll, embralu-i.g i i its ci:lunna everxy K l)lttllttt t of .giU.tlt4tro C, St ck-r.LitlKg, o I uM ture. Soc{i:iall I)t ifnlo:.;tic E conorivty 01 $30 .7:"-- ,-----·-- ---- --. Swka ;! 4I 7 I0 12." 15 28 40 0 1Imlnh i 8 12 T 15 1 21 , 401 0o mnt1'i In 1I I6 4 .5k 120 1200 1 loi r, 31 {11 4 0 'ii_ 7t 1 `_ 0 1 I 103 1 0 d 25e.. Trli'atilcal :iv{ "I e i t s ; i t;s j la le in tadvaniti e. SPoh, y dr ,i se.rntv ul' llts p:ty~'able0 0ll sorly. wety-live . per cIt. adtt(( fo'r spec.t.1 advertise 7- - - -- _-. .. . .,.. . . . . A RI R Ii bl T iUB.A IL. Tll:E sel.oi r ftro 10lt tig ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 24 October 1878

he Rocy JIVIitaiu llsbaauhnll. B. NX. SUTHEURLLN, Editor. ¶t[UfID.LY,'OCTOItER 24, 1878. The political caldron is not hissing, seeth inag and bubbling away as'we had anticipa tedit would by this time and it has been ac customed to at the approach of previous elecctions. Candidates are abroad in every direction, and not a stone is being left un turned by the opposing candidates in places where there is the least uncertainlty as to tihe result. But after all the world wa'gs on in its quiet way and there is no noise, no hur rah, no excitement, which we cannot but regard as an omen of good. The days of taking things by storm, and voting menll at will, is fast dying out in our Territary, aud we are simmering down to a quiet, com mon-sense, business-like manner of doing things. The majority of our voters are permanent citizens, have interests at stake antd are not easily swerved from a course which their best interest so plainly indicates. And this is how we accounit for the quiet. and wh...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 24 October 1878

SCITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. I. toi St' ted ' -,m,, on the second rtnd fo rth 0ý ons, n Dmtnicatf i t e l tinudia ..y of each month. Sojourning Saturdalys ore .orditllv invited to attend. ge brothers IEOPOrO I) MARKS, W. M.& EcKE1, Secretir v. ___ Nat the NNOUNCEMENT. W hereby nnounce myself as Independent candi- tl l ate for. elegale to Congress. S AM1LE ORR. lI~g ...-- ------ ihng c estrY notice i another column. S A. McGregor, of the Muscleshell is I st two tor . on of (leo. L.you's, oe of tile princely stock ;;rowers of the Musoieshell, was in town n ..r..erl o l his'way to the Capitcal. 1 epe A lpo.tli~ce has been esta:tilished at Sweet 1 (ll Gras Gallatin county, with W. R. Brain bit c ,s !)o Stl alS' ter. O lr entcrprisill brewer, H. J.. Rllamspeck, ce in haIs located a stock ranclh of the South fork togn of Smith river. olOti Fred Deanzer went to IIelena this week *1 for furnishinlg goods for his new residence on the North Fork of Smith river. )ct.4, -- Joe Taylor fai...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 24 October 1878

LIVE STOCK. WE have often reiered to the unwise cus tom practiced by our farmers, that of gath Sering their stock at the first approach of winter, and turning them into their enclos ures to prevent their straying off; but our warning still goes unheeded. It is certaliiiy a great mistake for farmers to gather their stock and turn them into their meadows, stubble fields and to their ricks of straw un less they have an abundance to last them the winter through, and shelters and wind breaks to protect them from storms, antd even then it is better to let them run on the range until the severest of the winter sets in. The usual mIode of gathering without regard to tthe supply of pasturage , under fence, is a great mistake. Stock will do .better among the hills. feeding on bunch grass than huddled around a straw rick. The hills furnish wind breaks and nutri tions feed that far excels the stubble field or halt cut meadows. These do very well when the snow is deep, but they are fre quently v...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 24 October 1878

THEI HOJE CIPC:LE. THE FORGET-MB-NOT. mlrk the ifrget-me-not by yon brockskle, It, root. the Inud, its stem the waters hide; its blosom:n seek the sky. o,, though thy feet be rooted in earth's slime, I tisc thou thy head above the waves of time Look up oil high! See how the Iblssom5, Certhwardl bent awhile, lurn as they hope to imeet the siun's bright smile, And, t1S they upwartd gaze, First flush with pink, then' mirrow heaven's owO bhlo., And every flow'ret bears of sunny hue, A crown of rays. O thou whoe thougits are fixed on this world of Look up to Him front whom are :ll thy joys. The beatific sight Will change thee till the hutnar grow:diTine, And at the last up11) thy brow sh, I11 shine A crown oni light.-Sunday Magazine, LYING FALLOW. The following is a literal report of a con vwrsatiohl, taken down stenographically. he tween two ladies; both of them intellectually )love the average, wide awake, and onle a iterary wontl: :11 0!I, Mrs. I ill ! how comfortable you o0k! I wish ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 24 October 1878

HELENA PRODUCE NAIARBKT. HELEaA, Oct. 7, 1878. Flour-XX-$3.00; XXX choice-$3.50 $4.00o. Wheat, 22.00. Oats, $2.25. Barley--bre wers'-$2.00. Barley-teed-$1.7T. Bran and Shorts-$1.50. Peas-chopped-$2.30. Peas-seed-$4.00. Butter-35. Eggs-40. Chopped teed-$3.00. Potatoes-$1.00. Pork-gross-$8.0O. Pork-not-$10.00. Chickens, $S.00@$9.00 per doz, Young clnickells-$5.00@$6.00. Turkeys, $3.00®$3.50 each. Fish--16@20c. per lb. Hay- $10.00 per ton. New lmay-$9.00, Wood, $5,00 per cord. BUTTE PRODUCE MARKET. B1UTTE, M. T., Oct. 7, 1878. The following figures rule the markets of the Silver City this morning: 'lofr--best-$4.50. Wheat-21c. Oats-2c. Hay-$15.00. Potatoes-$1.50. Onions-Sc. Butter-40c. E ggs-50c. Cheese-18c. Meets---c-Sc. Cabbage-=-4c. Chickens. spring, per doz $9.00. Chickens, Hens " ." $12.00. Ducks, " " $12.00. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. MADISON VAILEY I'TEMS. EDITOR IIUSBANDMAN: Since the fields have been gleaned and the grass on the hills has dried up, our valley does not look so prett...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 24 October 1878

GENERAL NEWS.___ ,, Octeber 18.-T-he oflicial report 00O Sthe ivestigation into the affairs of the City of Glasgow bank just issued is worse Cian tye t ost gloomy forebodings. Thle tie shown in the ballhce sheet is £5,190,- i 1 lo Tis loss, wuith the addition of £1,000,- DA 000 cpital, the shareholders will have to a i;lke good. The report shows a systemat- po i; pra:tice of deception. Tnus, since the th conlmllencemlet of the year tilt weekly re- ci tulrns o the amlloutlt of bullion on hand, il which ihe bank was obliged to make to the 1) Wovrrllnteut so as to show tlhat its funds w wvere llaintaiuCd in due proportion to its CO note issue, have becu falsilied by adding thereto sums varying £G0,000, to wL300.000. ia The directors' reports to the shareholders ot also overstated the amounts of securities er and bullion held in reserve by £926,76L and s ';200.000 resl)ectively, and understated the p loan1s glralnted by £1,126,755. The directors: t fartherlmore have been in the hablit o...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 24 October 1878

THE DAIRY KEEPING BUTTER IN SUMMER. Beilng desirous to have butter on my ta ble during the heat of the summer, in a more successful way than I had ever tried, and to have my May and June supply on hand for table use during dog clays, when it is difficult to have a solid article, and per haps to have samples to exhibit at our fairs, I pdopled the following method: Af ter the butter was made in our usual way, and packed in stone jars, I made a square box tor each of the jars. After placing salt to the depth of about two inches at the bot tom:of the box, I set the jar in and packed all arouni, it with salt. O:intop.of thie but ter had beet placed a cloth, over it I put an inch:or more o' strained brine as strong as hot,water would make it. Over the jar I placed an earthern plate. Then over plate and all I filled the box with salt to the depth of an inch or two, and covered with aboard. Ii this way the butter was whol ly excluded from the air, and kept cool and hard, even in a common ce...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 31 October 1878

ROCiY OU N TAIN HUSBANDMAN S:. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. PER SINGLE COPY. VOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., OCTOBER 31, '78. N O. 50. -. Elusr •ur~rr~"lr·vm , S UrH-SUTHEFRLBI , :11"; D .AND )j'lO 'PIt,1LTO[t t s' )' I IC1UAN DMAN is deiignel1 1f b, . Lt im " ' , L , 13r' . a- il .n ll lllI ll I s i o . n ry , h. t" l , :'. 1c" !i' t Ii LC, (,, 111 .II I t:\ cry fc'tu' ~C"!r,. . . 1.i , -Nr loclk-rll .Lh__ g, _ _ rti 1 1 1 21 40 00 ,Li6 ' ,.) 4 5 120 200 i 1 1i" 5 ,5 I 12) 12(1 0 1~ e i ' ) I (1 10 S 180_ 50 t len"Ilt uvi'tisements. palv:l.ie in advance. . R' -d.'lc,:tiýlentµ' paI yable uIna terly. 1,c l.; .-,-t ve per c ,nt. added for spec.:.l1 advertise wt!lt4fl !. . ... ... . . . _ .. ..... . - R II LT 11RA bL. 'flil: la'vest lpast has been a good one. ('rain mlttured early, and is gar'nered In time for farulers to make all necessary pre pI)rations for winter, a iiatter, whic though it:le thought of, is very important. 'Th'le comfort...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 31 October 1878

R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. TRURISDAY,'OCT OBER 31, t878. WVE publish elsewhere an article from the American Miller, one of our most valuable exchanges, entitled " The new wheat field." This, according to our exchange, embraces the vast plains of Dakota, a country which but a few years ago was set down as a bar ren waste unfit for habitation. But our con temporary might have gone further than this, might have crossed the Missouri; as cended the hights of the Rocky mountains and gone down the westetn slope to the great ocean and not been in error. The en tire belt hundreds of miles in width stretching from Duluth to the Sound is soon to be one vast grain field. The develop ments in Minnesota and Dakota do not in any manner exceed those of Montana. From the margin of our creeks and rivers back to the high rolling plateaus and up these to the timber line where the mountains rise sudden and abrupt, our soil and climate are wonderfully adapted to the production of cereals and especially whe...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 31 October 1878

SyLODOE No. 7, A.F. and A. M. St.te, Cnommunications hcld atthceir Hall, fr inT~i:ºnto City on the seconld andI fomrth at s:i ils of eatch month. Sojourning *rAtur1,.ayrs or dilly invited to at'tend. ibrothr or LEOPOLD MARKS, W. WM. ,; .t... EcC, S ctr ýýT OUNri.EMENT. I Ilbv an y""nce myself as Independent candi- a Dlt r eleg to Congress. SAMPLE ORR. b ,late tr )eleg ._..-- .......... -- m . . . =1t i-Collins, of Thompson gulch, isn1 sto in town tor a few days. our triClld L. Rotwitt, of Canyon Ferry, l opt(blican candidate for Councilman, made a brict call this week. lirs. Robcrt Smith of Lower Eldorado b'ir, is Ia patient at the White Sulphur prings. lMr. and Mrs. A. 'T. Linville, ald Samuel l liba~glh moved over from Thompson r,glchi this week to spendl the winter. Mr. ,lnw Mrs. J. T. Moore, and Mrs. G. I. Lewis, returnred from a trip to the Galla tin this week. \Ve are indebted to W. It. iMorgalnTor a s:ock ot the largest and best potatoes we have e: n in the Territory. E. P. S...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 31 October 1878

LIVE STOCK. THMRE is no question worthy of a more serious consideration than the epidemic now among the live stock of this country. Until the coming of the epizootic a few years ago it was uncommon with Montanians see a to sick horse orcow, but since the spreading of this disease, though it came in a very mild form, disorders of some type or other have continued to prevail. That effecting the animals this year seems, however, to be more disastrous than ever before; that it is an epidemic there is hardly any doubt, since it continues to raid the country effect ing the animals much the same of the epi demios in other countries. Among cattie It has scarcely been noticed or telt, but among horses the destruction in some sec tions has become quite serious. The dis ease exists in two or three stages, and might with consistency be called a pneumonia. The first symptoms are much the same of what has been termed " mild form of epi zootic," and is too often mistaken and treat ed for it, causi...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 31 October 1878

7 R OMiE CIPCLE. A4 ECHO FROM TIHE PAS'. Il w many, weary ones loeep from the world apart Some secret solemn grief, That wonder, of the hleart. And though they fill-some day, 'The conulnon lot of men One tcc, one tender Soiee, Ever remains with them. Though true to uttered vows, The saddest thing-doth seenm For the heart to slay fond thoughts Of that which '' might have been." Now all the dead past Ilehind me Inc I must throw But, Oh! my heart hold fast The dream of long ago. -L---- - tee- -"s - - SAVE YOUR EARNINGS. The sage, Solomon, declared that there wasa time for all thinlts, and although from his list of specially designated uses of time he omitted that ot saving money, the o0mtlll-sion was, doubtless, uIllnltentiotial, and quite natural to a gentletn:m who, on the one hand, had the public purse at his disposal, and on the other his hundreds of wives, who would neutralize any attempts at saving. But in the United States the time for saving is always at hand, for their is no o...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 31 October 1878

HELENA PRODUITE MARKET. n H1lsNA, Oct. 7, 1878. a Flour-XX-$3.00; XXX choice-$3.50 c @$4.00. Wheat, X2.00. Oats, $2.25. Barley-brewers'-$2.00. Barley-feed-$1.78. Bran and Shorts-$1.50. I'eas-chopped-$2.30, Peas-seed-$4.00. Butter--35. t Chopped feed-$3.00. t Potatoes-$-1.00. Pork--gross-$8.00. t Pork--net-$10.0. % Chickens, $8.00@$9.00 per doz. t Young enickens-$5.00@$6.00. Turkeys, $3.00@$3.50 each. Fish-16@20e. per lb. Hay- $10.00 per ton. New hay-$9.00. Wood, $5.00 per cord. BUTTE PRODUCE MARKET. BUTrr, M. T., Oct. 7, 1878. 1 The following figures rule the markets of 1 the Silver City this morning: Flour-best-$4.50.. Wheat-2jc. Oats--2c. Hay-$15.00. Potatoes-$1.50. Onions--4c. Butter-40c. Ergs--50c. Beets--5c. Cabbage-4c. Chickens, spring per doz $9.00. Chickens, Hens " $12.00. Ducks, ,, " $12.00. PATROS OF HUSBAIDBRY. WrAT THE GtAGWO KA3 ACCOmPL18HED. The grange is truly national in its scope and alms, It is the germ seed of the great national movement now in vigorous progress t...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 31 October 1878

GENERAL NEWS. -,Iowa, October ...-Ofi.. lca t" f.. Nrom 19 counties for Secretary, ofe atr the f laSt election, give the Republi- el S~at adlate, tull, only 6,089 majority. a ,Th reuaiuing counties will increase this to aI s ,. Other State officers, received still leai majorltle& q 1)UBLN. October 25.-Th' death of Car- 1 dial Cullen was sudden. He only corm dliued of inldisposition Wednesday eveihig; grew worse Thursdat, when the hearts act - ti ion was found to be rapidly failing, and he it died at four o'clock in the afternoon.. didS , October 25.-It is stated that in onsequence of the gravity of the situation . between England and Atgbaitltan and the 5tute of affairs inTi urkey, a cabinet coancil was held at Versailles yesterday, and will neet again to-day. t irBaIN, October 25.-The Minister of Finance and a Syndicate of German bankers to-day sigued,a contract tor a Prussian four j per cent. loan of sixty million mark. ST., PETERSBURG, October 25.--The semi oficial Journal de...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 31 October 1878

THE DAIBY. THE "GRAIN" OF BUTTER. When the butter has "come," and ap pears in little irregular masses, from a .p)i's head to a large pea in size, is the time to draw off the buttermilk and wash the but ter in the churn. This removes most of the buttermilk. After being then gathered and removed from the churn, worked, washed and salted on the butter worker, at the proper temperature, we find upon breaking it, that it has a granular look. The mass seems to be made of little particles with a slightly glistening appearance. This is called the "grain." These small particles are partially kept apart by ilmns of water, (after salting, this water becomes brine) and the peculiar texture thus imparted to the butter is a test of proper manufacuture. Over-churn or over-work it, churn or work it at the wrong temperature, and the grain is gone, never to be restored; and with it is gone a large percentage of the selling value of the butter. Enough water (brine) must be retained to produce this app...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 7 November 1878

ROCY OUNTAIN HISBANIDMAN A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. RiSO VOýIA-L. 3. DIAMOND CITY, STOGLE COPY. ~OL3.DIAMOND CITY, M. T., NOVEMBER~ 7,'.178,. N 0.51., WEEKLY BY ý g. N SUTHERLIN, ;DITOR AND PRIOPRIETOlt The lWCx" oIIThTAN III £OAllý AN is designed To h RctYite indicate', a tu[.4)iIdiIInn ih. every eo, tm r 1ac'it u its Co0:iluns every se: e ntthet DiIV-a, Stock-rIi g, Horti_ At' "ti'HtN RI 1 ___________3 _3 10 J 1 ];t Sesk 13 19 7 I 4 (ID 60 m04 " 30 80 120 l 2 3 45 5 6 120 200 p rnonths 0 40 1 ii, I +st ( 180 250 tlail i Li VlI vrtisemeO"it pa'1 te in advance. tie u~sr~da~t~i~fliI~tSpuylit tor ulpe =oi twent 'five ~~rCent. added frse~lavrie AKfIJ LTDllAb. JTlERE Is one great source of profit to the larm that is often greatly neglected, and thatis the poultry yard. We care not upon how grand a scale tarming may be carried oi, it will al ways pay to keep poultry. The farmer who is in fih uenec and does not wish to market eggs and fow...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 7 November 1878

The Rocky Mnotain ul minal. R. N. SUTHRILIN, Editor. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1878. THREE millions of people, said Rev. 1. S. Knight in his lecture a short time since to a. Salem, (Oregon) audience, as will be seen by reference to another column, are wanted to people the region of the great northwest -referring to a belt of country several hun dred miles in extent, lying along her Maj esty's dominion from the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains to the western ocean, embracing the State of Oregon and the Ter ritories of Idaho, Washington and Montana. Montana, the pride and gem of our Territo rles, has resources for maintaining a popula tion greater than all these. Our valleys are broad, beautiful and fertile, and in actual production are unexcelled in tpe grain growing regions of the world. Our pasto ral lands, afford the best range the year round that earth can produce, while our gold and silver mines crop out on every mountain slope, eclipsing the world in rich ness and extent. In ad...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 7 November 1878

1LoCA NEiZW s: LODGE No.7, A. F. and A. H. Statd Commnuications held at their Hall, to tedd , Won hesecond and fouirth in amorndy i ah Y month. Sojourning 8,turdaY. o dil inhvited to attend. brothers aOIL OPO DMARKS, W. M. GrLe'CR ECEEa seertm Y -1 ~~floigis the result ot the Meagher ThnY election as tar as heard from up to the hour of going to press: Disa1ond Precinct. FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, ,arth MagInnis. D........,*............. .1 rti aInd ...............................29 ý ple Orr, I d ...- -******** FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. J A. Johnston, D.................42 jassena Bullardl, R.............. .. 4 FOR COUNCILMAN. W* Parberry, D................4.5 I itotwitt, R..............**********""*** FOR REI)RESENTATIVES..44 C J. Iarrigtn, 1.............. '.:.**....48 J T. Thorpe, D .... .......... "........'..38 .... .. ............... ....38 pHoover, 11.................................. ', W. Goodale, R................... FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. J .ornbuckle, D.... ...* ***...........

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 7 November 1878

LIE STOCK. NAVEL=II AND NAVBV SWELLINGS IN Several correspondents have recently written asking for information regarding navel-ill and other such complaints. The frequency of swellings about'the umbilicus of calves depends upon their proneness to lick at and suck eack other; the cow in ex ceseof afbection 41so otten rather roughly pulls at or bites thu protruding cord, which thus beebmes bruised, torn and inflamed. 8uch mischief occurs within the first week after birth, but sometimes so early as the time of birth, owing,to the navel-string be ing rudely torn asunder, within the belly and serum, instead of escaping harmlessly, remains in contact with the abrade surface. Such severed surfaces are further apt to ab sorb any putretying gerpas that way be on the ground or even in the air. of the cow pen. In his admirable work on Veterinary Obstetricks,, Mr. Fleming records cases of navel-ill produced by exposure of the new ly-dropped calf to, jlfth and over crowding, to wet and cold, as ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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