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Sheep Dipping on Henning Farm, July 12, 1937

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Ann Arbor News, July 14, 1937
Caption
PUTTING SHEEP THROUGH THE "DIP": These two pictures show steps in the process of treating sheep for internal and external parasites to improve the quality of their wool. The demonstration held Monday at the George Henning farm in Salem township, under the direction of Delmar LaVoi, state college extension specialist, consisted of internal and external treatment as shown here. Mr. Henning is forcing blue vitrol into the sheep's mouth at the top, and below a neighbor holds the animal's mouth closed while it is being dunked.
Day
12
Month
July
Year
1937
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