The American Reformed Cattle Doctor
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The American Reformed Cattle Doctor

By George Dadd
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  • THE
    • AMERICAN REFORMED
  • CATTLE DOCTOR;
    • CONTAINING THE NECESSARY INFORMATION FOR PRESERVING THE HEALTH AND CURING THE DISEASES OF
    • OXEN, COWS, SHEEP, AND SWINE,
      • WITH A GREAT VARIETY OF ORIGINAL RECIPES, AND VALUABLE INFORMATION IN REFERENCE TO
    • WITH A GREAT VARIETY OF ORIGINAL RECIPES, AND VALUABLE INFORMATION IN REFERENCE TO
    • FARM AND DAIRY MANAGEMENT;
      • WHEREBY EVERY MAN CAN BE HIS OWN CATTLE DOCTOR.
        • THE PRINCIPLES TAUGHT IN THIS WORK ARE, THAT ALL MEDICATION SHALL BE SUBSERVIENT TO NATURE; THAT ALL MEDICINAL AGENTS MUST BE SANATIVE IN THEIR OPERATION, AND ADMINISTERED WITH A VIEW OF AIDING THE VITAL POWERS, INSTEAD OF DEPRESSING, AS HERETOFORE, WITH THE LANCET AND POISON.
        • BY
      • THE PRINCIPLES TAUGHT IN THIS WORK ARE, THAT ALL MEDICATION SHALL BE SUBSERVIENT TO NATURE; THAT ALL MEDICINAL AGENTS MUST BE SANATIVE IN THEIR OPERATION, AND ADMINISTERED WITH A VIEW OF AIDING THE VITAL POWERS, INSTEAD OF DEPRESSING, AS HERETOFORE, WITH THE LANCET AND POISON.
      • BY
    • WHEREBY EVERY MAN CAN BE HIS OWN CATTLE DOCTOR.
      • THE PRINCIPLES TAUGHT IN THIS WORK ARE, THAT ALL MEDICATION SHALL BE SUBSERVIENT TO NATURE; THAT ALL MEDICINAL AGENTS MUST BE SANATIVE IN THEIR OPERATION, AND ADMINISTERED WITH A VIEW OF AIDING THE VITAL POWERS, INSTEAD OF DEPRESSING, AS HERETOFORE, WITH THE LANCET AND POISON.
      • BY
    • THE PRINCIPLES TAUGHT IN THIS WORK ARE, THAT ALL MEDICATION SHALL BE SUBSERVIENT TO NATURE; THAT ALL MEDICINAL AGENTS MUST BE SANATIVE IN THEIR OPERATION, AND ADMINISTERED WITH A VIEW OF AIDING THE VITAL POWERS, INSTEAD OF DEPRESSING, AS HERETOFORE, WITH THE LANCET AND POISON.
    • BY
    • G. H. DADD, M. D., VETERINARY PRACTITIONER,
      • AUTHOR OF "ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HORSE."
      • BOSTON: PHILLIPS, SAMPSON, AND COMPANY, 110 Washington Street. 1851.
    • AUTHOR OF "ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HORSE."
    • BOSTON: PHILLIPS, SAMPSON, AND COMPANY, 110 Washington Street. 1851.
    • CONTENTS.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • THE AMERICAN REFORMED CATTLE DOCTOR.
      • IMPORTANCE OF SUPPLYING CATTLE WITH PURE WATER.
      • REMARKS ON FEEDING CATTLE.
      • THE BARN AND FEEDING BYRE.
      • MILKING.
      • A KNOWLEDGE OF AGRICULTURAL AND ANIMAL CHEMISTRY IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.
      • ON BREEDING.
      • METHOD OF PREPARING RENNET, AS PRACTISED IN ENGLAND.
      • MAKING CHEESE.
      • MAKING BUTTER.
      • DESCRIPTION OF THE ORGANS OF DIGESTION IN CATTLE.
      • RESPIRATION AND STRUCTURE OF THE LUNGS.
      • CIRCULATION OF THE BLOOD.
      • REMARKS ON BLOOD-LETTING.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • EFFORTS OF NATURE TO REMOVE DISEASE.
      • PROVERBS OF THE VETERINARY REFORMERS.
      • AN INQUIRY CONCERNING THE SOULS OF BRUTES.
      • THE REFORMED PRACTICE.
      • CREED OF THE REFORMERS.
      • TRUE PRINCIPLES.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • INFLAMMATION.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • REMARKS,
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • NATURE, TREATMENT, AND CAUSES OF DISEASE IN CATTLE.
      • PLEURO-PNEUMONIA.
      • LOCKED-JAW.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • INFLAMMATORY DISEASES.
      • JAUNDICE, OR YELLOWS.
      • DISEASES OF THE MUCOUS SURFACE.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • DISEASE OF THE EAR
      • SEROUS MEMBRANES.
      • DROPSY.
      • HOOVE, OR "BLASTING."
      • JOINT MURRAIN.
      • BLACK QUARTER.
      • OPEN JOINT.
      • SWELLINGS OF JOINTS.
      • SPRAIN OF THE FETLOCK.
      • STRAIN OF THE HIP.
      • FOUL IN THE FOOT.
      • RED WATER.
      • BLACK WATER.
      • THICK URINE.
      • RHEUMATISM.
      • BLAIN.
      • THRUSH.
      • BLACK TONGUE.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE THROAT AND ITS APPENDAGES.[12]
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • BRONCHITIS.
      • INFLAMMATION OF GLANDS.
      • LOSS OF CUD.
      • COLIC.
      • SPASMODIC COLIC.
      • CONSTIPATION.[Pg 168]
      • FALLING DOWN OF THE FUNDAMENT.
      • CALVING.
      • EMBRYOTOMY.
      • FALLING OF THE CALF-BED, OR WOMB.
      • GARGET.
      • SORE TEATS.
      • FEVER.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • HORN AIL IN CATTLE.
      • ABORTION IN COWS.
      • COW-POX.
      • MANGE.
      • HIDE-BOUND.
      • LICE.
      • IMPORTANCE OF KEEPING THE SKIN OF ANIMALS IN A HEALTHY STATE.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • SPAYING COWS.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • IMPORTANCE OF SUPPLYING CATTLE WITH PURE WATER.
    • REMARKS ON FEEDING CATTLE.
    • THE BARN AND FEEDING BYRE.
    • MILKING.
    • A KNOWLEDGE OF AGRICULTURAL AND ANIMAL CHEMISTRY IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.
    • ON BREEDING.
    • METHOD OF PREPARING RENNET, AS PRACTISED IN ENGLAND.
    • MAKING CHEESE.
    • MAKING BUTTER.
    • DESCRIPTION OF THE ORGANS OF DIGESTION IN CATTLE.
    • RESPIRATION AND STRUCTURE OF THE LUNGS.
    • CIRCULATION OF THE BLOOD.
    • REMARKS ON BLOOD-LETTING.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • EFFORTS OF NATURE TO REMOVE DISEASE.
    • PROVERBS OF THE VETERINARY REFORMERS.
    • AN INQUIRY CONCERNING THE SOULS OF BRUTES.
    • THE REFORMED PRACTICE.
    • CREED OF THE REFORMERS.
    • TRUE PRINCIPLES.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • INFLAMMATION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • REMARKS,
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • NATURE, TREATMENT, AND CAUSES OF DISEASE IN CATTLE.
    • PLEURO-PNEUMONIA.
    • LOCKED-JAW.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • INFLAMMATORY DISEASES.
    • JAUNDICE, OR YELLOWS.
    • DISEASES OF THE MUCOUS SURFACE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DISEASE OF THE EAR
    • SEROUS MEMBRANES.
    • DROPSY.
    • HOOVE, OR "BLASTING."
    • JOINT MURRAIN.
    • BLACK QUARTER.
    • OPEN JOINT.
    • SWELLINGS OF JOINTS.
    • SPRAIN OF THE FETLOCK.
    • STRAIN OF THE HIP.
    • FOUL IN THE FOOT.
    • RED WATER.
    • BLACK WATER.
    • THICK URINE.
    • RHEUMATISM.
    • BLAIN.
    • THRUSH.
    • BLACK TONGUE.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE THROAT AND ITS APPENDAGES.[12]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • BRONCHITIS.
    • INFLAMMATION OF GLANDS.
    • LOSS OF CUD.
    • COLIC.
    • SPASMODIC COLIC.
    • CONSTIPATION.[Pg 168]
    • FALLING DOWN OF THE FUNDAMENT.
    • CALVING.
    • EMBRYOTOMY.
    • FALLING OF THE CALF-BED, OR WOMB.
    • GARGET.
    • SORE TEATS.
    • FEVER.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • HORN AIL IN CATTLE.
    • ABORTION IN COWS.
    • COW-POX.
    • MANGE.
    • HIDE-BOUND.
    • LICE.
    • IMPORTANCE OF KEEPING THE SKIN OF ANIMALS IN A HEALTHY STATE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SPAYING COWS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SHEEP.
      • PRELIMINARY REMARKS.
      • STAGGERS.
      • FOOT ROT.
      • ROT.
      • EPILEPSY.
      • RED WATER.
      • CACHEXY,[16] OR GENERAL DEBILITY.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • LOSS OF APPETITE.
      • FOUNDERING, (RHEUMATISM)
      • TICKS.
      • SCAB, OR ITCH.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • DIARRHŒA.
      • DYSENTERY.
      • CONSTIPATION, OR STRETCHES.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • SCOURS.
      • DIZZINESS.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • JAUNDICE.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
      • WORMS.
      • DISEASES OF THE STOMACH FROM EATING POISONOUS PLANTS.
      • SORE NIPPLES.
      • FRACTURES.
      • COMMON CATARRH AND EPIDEMIC INFLUENZA.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • CASTRATING LAMBS.
      • NATURE OF SHEEP.
      • THE RAM.
      • LEAPING.
      • ARGYLESHIRE BREEDERS.
      • FATTENING SHEEP.
      • IMPROVEMENT IN SHEEP.
      • DESCRIPTION OF THE DIFFERENT BREEDS OF SHEEP.
      • SWINE.
      • PRELIMINARY REMARKS.
      • NATURAL HISTORY OF THE HOG.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • GENERALITIES.
      • GENERAL DEBILITY, OR EMACIATION.
      • EPILEPSY, OR FITS.
      • RHEUMATISM.
      • MEASLES.
      • OPHTHALMIA.
      • VERMIN.
      • RED ERUPTION.
      • DROPSY.
      • CATARRH.
      • COLIC.
      • DIARRHŒA.
      • FRENZY.
      • JAUNDICE.
      • SORENESS OF THE FEET.
      • SPAYING.
      • VARIOUS BREEDS OF SWINE.
      • BOARS AND SOWS FOR BREEDING.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • REARING PIGS.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • FATTENING HOGS.
      • METHOD OF CURING SWINE'S FLESH.
    • PRELIMINARY REMARKS.
    • STAGGERS.
    • FOOT ROT.
    • ROT.
    • EPILEPSY.
    • RED WATER.
    • CACHEXY,[16] OR GENERAL DEBILITY.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LOSS OF APPETITE.
    • FOUNDERING, (RHEUMATISM)
    • TICKS.
    • SCAB, OR ITCH.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DIARRHŒA.
    • DYSENTERY.
    • CONSTIPATION, OR STRETCHES.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SCOURS.
    • DIZZINESS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • JAUNDICE.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
    • WORMS.
    • DISEASES OF THE STOMACH FROM EATING POISONOUS PLANTS.
    • SORE NIPPLES.
    • FRACTURES.
    • COMMON CATARRH AND EPIDEMIC INFLUENZA.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CASTRATING LAMBS.
    • NATURE OF SHEEP.
    • THE RAM.
    • LEAPING.
    • ARGYLESHIRE BREEDERS.
    • FATTENING SHEEP.
    • IMPROVEMENT IN SHEEP.
    • DESCRIPTION OF THE DIFFERENT BREEDS OF SHEEP.
    • SWINE.
    • PRELIMINARY REMARKS.
    • NATURAL HISTORY OF THE HOG.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • GENERALITIES.
    • GENERAL DEBILITY, OR EMACIATION.
    • EPILEPSY, OR FITS.
    • RHEUMATISM.
    • MEASLES.
    • OPHTHALMIA.
    • VERMIN.
    • RED ERUPTION.
    • DROPSY.
    • CATARRH.
    • COLIC.
    • DIARRHŒA.
    • FRENZY.
    • JAUNDICE.
    • SORENESS OF THE FEET.
    • SPAYING.
    • VARIOUS BREEDS OF SWINE.
    • BOARS AND SOWS FOR BREEDING.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • REARING PIGS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • FATTENING HOGS.
    • METHOD OF CURING SWINE'S FLESH.
    • APPENDIX.
      • ON THE ACTION OF MEDICINES.
      • CLYSTERS.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • INFUSIONS.
      • ANTISPASMODICS.
      • FOMENTATIONS.
      • MUCILAGES.
      • WASHES.
      • PHYSIC FOR CATTLE.
      • POULTICES.
      • STYPTICS, TO ARREST BLEEDING.
      • ABSORBENTS.
      • VETERINARY MATERIA MEDICA,
      • GENERAL REMARKS ON MEDICINES.
      • PROPERTIES OF PLANTS.
      • POTATO.
    • ON THE ACTION OF MEDICINES.
    • CLYSTERS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • INFUSIONS.
    • ANTISPASMODICS.
    • FOMENTATIONS.
    • MUCILAGES.
    • WASHES.
    • PHYSIC FOR CATTLE.
    • POULTICES.
    • STYPTICS, TO ARREST BLEEDING.
    • ABSORBENTS.
    • VETERINARY MATERIA MEDICA,
    • GENERAL REMARKS ON MEDICINES.
    • PROPERTIES OF PLANTS.
    • POTATO.
    • TREATMENT OF DISEASE IN DOGS
      • PRELIMINARY REMARKS.
      • DISTEMPER.
      • FITS.
      • WORMS.
      • MANGE.
      • INTERNAL ABSCESS OF THE EAR.
      • ULCERATION OF THE EAR.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
      • ASTHMA.
      • PILES.
      • DROPSY.
      • SORE THROAT.
      • SORE EARS.
      • SORE FEET.
      • WOUNDS.
      • SPRAINS.
      • SCALDS.
      • OPHTHALMIA.
      • WEAK EYES.
      • FLEAS AND VERMIN.
      • HYDROPHOBIA.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • MALIGNANT MILK SICKNESS OF THE WESTERN STATES, OR CONTAGIOUS TYPHUS.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • BONE DISORDER IN COWS.
        • FOOTNOTES:
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • PRELIMINARY REMARKS.
    • DISTEMPER.
    • FITS.
    • WORMS.
    • MANGE.
    • INTERNAL ABSCESS OF THE EAR.
    • ULCERATION OF THE EAR.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
    • ASTHMA.
    • PILES.
    • DROPSY.
    • SORE THROAT.
    • SORE EARS.
    • SORE FEET.
    • WOUNDS.
    • SPRAINS.
    • SCALDS.
    • OPHTHALMIA.
    • WEAK EYES.
    • FLEAS AND VERMIN.
    • HYDROPHOBIA.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • MALIGNANT MILK SICKNESS OF THE WESTERN STATES, OR CONTAGIOUS TYPHUS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • BONE DISORDER IN COWS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
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