The modern system of farriery :
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The modern system of farriery : comprehending the present entire improved mode of practice, according to the rules laid down at the Royal Veterinary College; containing all the most valuable and approved remedies, accurately proportioned, and properly adapted to every disease to which the horse is incident. Including rules for the management of the healthy horse, as feeding, stabling, grooming, and conditioning.

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Book

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London ;J. & F. Tallis[184-?]

Subjects

Diseases , Great Britain , Horse Diseases , Horse-racing , Horses

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The modern system of farriery : comprehending the present entire improved mode of practice, according to the rules laid down at the Royal Veterinary College; containing all the most valuable and approved remedies, accurately proportioned, and properly adapted to every disease to which the horse is incident. Including rules for the management of the healthy horse, as feeding, stabling, grooming, and conditioning.

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Skeavington, George.

Genre

Book

Publication info

London ;J. & F. Tallis[184-?]

Subjects

Diseases , Great Britain , Horse Diseases , Horse-racing , Horses

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English

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OCLC: 6414759

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