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Sheep Dipping on Henning Farm, July 12, 1937

Sheep Dipping on Henning Farm, July 12, 1937 image
Published In
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.

Sheep Dipping on Henning Farm, July 12, 1937

Sheep Dipping on Henning Farm, July 12, 1937 image
Published In
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.

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Parent Issue
Day
11
Month
May
Year
1894
Copyright
Public Domain

Chelsea Men Build Portable Dipping Outfit, June 1938

Chelsea Men Build Portable Dipping Outfit, June 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 15, 1938
Caption
Chelsea Men Build Portable Dipping Outfit: Harold Guenther, route 2, Chelsea, and Clarence Bristle, route 1, constructed this portable sheep dipping outfit to make a business of ridding Washtenaw county sheep of external parasites. The top picture (this picture) shows the complete dipping equipment with the exception of the two runways, and the lower photo shows Guenther helping one of the sheep scramble up the side of the tak after being immersed. Shown in the top picture, from left to right are: Mr. Bristle, Norman Schneider, Mr. Guenther and Ben Schneider, of Lima township, whose sheep were being treated.