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" ... of detention thereof), as they think fit. 20. Foreign cattle, sheep, goats, and swine, in a defined part of a port (except sheep, goats, and swine in a defined part of the port of London) shall be marked as follows : Cattle. — By clipping a broad... "
British Farmer's Magazine - Page 63
1875
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Ham's revenue and mercantile vade-mecum

George Davys Ham - 1876 - 708 pages
...nnimnlM. — portion cattle, sheep, goate, fend swine, in a defined part of a port feirept sheep, pouts, and swine in a defined part of the port of London)...of the tail, as prescribed by regulation 4 of the fourth schedule to the Act of 1ÖG9.) Sbtcp and Ooate. — By clipping a broad arrow, about four inches...
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Contagious diseases of cattle

United States. Congress. Senate - 1880 - 100 pages
...by the owner of expenses incurred by them in resuect of detention thereof), as they think fit. 20. Foreign cattle, sheep, goats, and swine, in a defined...the left quarter (in addition to clipping the hair oft' the end of the tail, as prescribed by regulation 4 of the fourth schedule to the act of 1869)....
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Contagious diseases of domesticated animals v. 2, 1881, Volume 2

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - 1881 - 546 pages
...by the owner of expenses incurred by them in respect of detention thereof), as they think fit. 20. Foreign cattle, sheep, goats, and swine, in a defined...as follows: Cattle. — By clipping a broad arrow, abont five inches long, on the left quarter (in addition to clipping the hair off the. end of the tail,...
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Special Report, Issue 34

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - 1881 - 526 pages
...the owner of expenses incurred by them in respect of détention thereof), ал they think fit. 20. Foreign cattle, sheep, goats, and swine, in a defined...part of a port (except sheep, goats, and swine, in a delinea part of the port of London) shall be marked as follows : Caiue. — By clipping a broad arrow,...
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Contagious Diseases of Domesticated Animals

United States. Department of Agriculture - Babesiosis in cattle - 1881 - 530 pages
...by the owner of expenses incurred by them in respect of detention thereof), as they think fit. 20. Foreign cattle, sheep, goats, and swine, in a defined part of a port (except sheep, goats, and swiuo in a defined part of the port of London) shall be marked as follows: Cattle. — By clipping...
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Oke's Magisterial Synopsis: A Practical Guide for Magistrates ..., Volume 2

George Colwell Oke - Justices of the peace - 1881 - 996 pages
...marked by the owner, consignee, or other person exposing or exhibiting the cattle, at his own expense, by clipping a broad arrow, about five inches long, on the left hind quarter of each of them. ;5.) Animals so exposed for sale or exhibited shall be slaughtered •within...
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Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England

Royal Agricultural Society of England - Agriculture - 1877 - 748 pages
...own expense, mark them as follows : — Cattle, by clipping the hair off at the end of the tail, and by clipping a broad arrow, about five inches long, on the left quarter. Sheep and goats, by clipping a broad arrow on the forehead. " Up to the evening of February 5th, the...
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The Veterinarian: A Monthly Journal of Veterinary Science, Volume 44

1871 - 978 pages
...in the following manner, namely: — Cattle. — By clipping the hair off the end of the tail, and by clipping a broad arrow, about five inches long, on the left quarter. Sheep and Goats. — By clipping a broad arrow, about four inches long, on the forehead. Swine. —...
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