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Watering Teams Often

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Parent Issue
Day
28
Month
July
Year
1871
Copyright
Public Domain
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How inaiiy timos a day does the plowman or drivef of a team in the harvest field sl:iki' liis thirst 't Doos it not oecur to him that the horsos or öxen, which havo been severely taxed witli labor, and have posaibly been profuaoly sweatiud under the hot sun, are in at glreat neod oí quencliin; thint as he t When mimáis are kept too long from water, they wfll oertainly take more thun is proper tor them, and many a fit of colic is oceasioned thereby. The practico of datering, at least once between feeds in the morning and again ín the afternoon, should bc cegularly followcd, and if flfteen minutes is thereby lost to tho plow, it will be more than made up in the rencv I vigor with which the team will take hold on its i-uturn.

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Subjects
Old News
Michigan Argus