Rational Horse-Shoeing
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Rational Horse-Shoeing

By John E. (John Edwards) Russell
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Rational Horse-Shoeing, by John E. Russell
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    • PREFIX.
  • RATIONAL Horse-Shoeing.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • GENERAL OBSERVATIONS.
      • SOUND HORSES.
    • SOUND HORSES.
    • CHAPTER I. EVILS OF COMMON SHOEING.
    • CHAPTER II. FROG PRESSURE.
    • CHAPTER III. DESCRIPTION OF THE GOODENOUGH SHOE.
      • COUNTERSINKING THE NAILS.
      • THE BEVEL OF THE FOOT SURFACE
      • THE BEVEL ON THE GROUND SURFACE
      • THE CALKS
    • COUNTERSINKING THE NAILS.
    • THE BEVEL OF THE FOOT SURFACE
    • THE BEVEL ON THE GROUND SURFACE
    • THE CALKS
    • CHAPTER IV. HOW TO SHOE SOUND FEET.
      • INCIPIENT UNSOUNDNESS.
    • INCIPIENT UNSOUNDNESS.
    • CHAPTER V. SIMPLE CASES OF CONTRACTION.
      • QUARTER AND TOE CRACK.
      • TOE CRACKS.
    • QUARTER AND TOE CRACK.
    • TOE CRACKS.
    • CHAPTER VI. DROP SOLE AND PUMICED FOOT.
      • SEEDY TOE
      • CONTRACTION, OR DROP SOLE, WITH SORENESS AT THE TOE.
      • THRUSH.
    • SEEDY TOE
    • CONTRACTION, OR DROP SOLE, WITH SORENESS AT THE TOE.
    • THRUSH.
    • CHAPTER VII. BENT KNEES INTERFERENCE, AND SPEEDY CUT.
      • INTERFERING AND SPEEDY CUT.
      • WORKING UP HORSES.
      • STUMBLING HORSES.
      • TO INCREASE COMFORT.
    • INTERFERING AND SPEEDY CUT.
    • WORKING UP HORSES.
    • STUMBLING HORSES.
    • TO INCREASE COMFORT.
    • CHAPTER VIII. ECONOMY OF THE GOODENOUGH SHOE.
    • FINAL OBSERVATIONS.
      • OPPOSING FORCES.
      • REGULAR WORK.
    • OPPOSING FORCES.
    • REGULAR WORK.
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