The diseases of live stock and their most efficient remedies; . o or three days, the worms will generally bedestroyed. The vapor of chloride of lime is also said to be destruct-ive to them. Or, instead of inhalations, a small dose of turpentine,about half an ounce, may be given in gruel daily, for a fewdays. Or a teaspoonful mixed with double the quantity ofsweet oil may be poured into the nostrils. This is, however,liable to choke the patient if carelessly done. Two or threedoses, at intervals of two or three days, will effect a cure. Orthe turpentine may be given in the following tonic combi

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The diseases of live stock and their most efficient remedies; . o or three days, the worms will generally bedestroyed. The vapor of chloride of lime is also said to be destruct-ive to them. Or, instead of inhalations, a small dose of turpentine,about half an ounce, may be given in gruel daily, for a fewdays. Or a teaspoonful mixed with double the quantity ofsweet oil may be poured into the nostrils. This is, however,liable to choke the patient if carelessly done. Two or threedoses, at intervals of two or three days, will effect a cure. Orthe turpentine may be given in the following tonic combi
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The diseases of live stock and their most efficient remedies; . o or three days, the worms will generally bedestroyed. The vapor of chloride of lime is also said to be destruct-ive to them. Or, instead of inhalations, a small dose of turpentine,about half an ounce, may be given in gruel daily, for a fewdays. Or a teaspoonful mixed with double the quantity ofsweet oil may be poured into the nostrils. This is, however,liable to choke the patient if carelessly done. Two or threedoses, at intervals of two or three days, will effect a cure. Orthe turpentine may be given in the following tonic combina-tion :— No. 388. Oil of turpentine, J oz. Carbonate of iron, 2 drachms. Gum mixture, 4 oz.A tablespoonfiil to be given night and morning. Or— No. 389. Linseed oil, 4 oz. Oil of turpentine, 1 oz. Oil of carraway seed, 20 drops. Give half this dose morning and night, to a calf six months old, andrepeat it in ten days. Half a pint of lime water every morning will destroy theworms also; but a teaspoonful or two of turjtentine with itadds to its efficiency.. General Remarks, 341 CHAPTER Y. DISEASES OF SHEEP. General Remarks on Diseases of Sheep, and their Treatment. Brojxy—Striking of the Blood— Charbon in Sheep. Sheep Smallpox— Variola Ovina. Loupvng III—Thorter 111—The Gnaw Disease. Malignant Epizootic Catarrh—The Sheep Distemper, Colic—Blown—Blast— Wind Dropsy. Red Watei—Hcematuria. Hoof Rot—Foot Rot. Foul in the Foot. Stone in the Bladder. Lambing in the Rice; Heaving Pains; Milk Fever; Garget, Rheumatism of Lambs. Constipation in Lambs. Diarrhea in Lambs. Turnsick—Sturdy—Gid—Hydatid of the Brain. Sheep Bots—Grubs in the Head—Head Maggots. Lang Worms—The Hoose in Lambs—White Skin—Paper Skin—Pelt Rot—The Pale Disease,The Rot—The Liver Fluke.Intestinal Worms,The Scab—The Mange or Itch in Sheep. GENEEAL REMAEKS ON DISEASES OF SHEEP, AND THEIE TREAT-MENT. The two most prominent classes of the diseases of sheepare: 1. Those arising

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