The improved art of farriery : containing a complete view of the structure and economy of the horse, directions for feeding, grooming, shoeing, &c. and the management of the stable : the nature, symptoms, and treatment of all diseases incidental to horses, neat cattle, and sheep : and a treatise on racers, hunters, and dogs of every description (Book, 1847) [WorldCat.org]
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The improved art of farriery : containing a complete view of the structure and economy of the horse, directions for feeding, grooming, shoeing, &c. and the management of the stable : the nature, symptoms, and treatment of all diseases incidental to horses, neat cattle, and sheep : and a treatise on racers, hunters, and dogs of every description Preview this item
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The improved art of farriery : containing a complete view of the structure and economy of the horse, directions for feeding, grooming, shoeing, &c. and the management of the stable : the nature, symptoms, and treatment of all diseases incidental to horses, neat cattle, and sheep : and a treatise on racers, hunters, and dogs of every description

Author: James White; W H Rosser
Publisher: London : HenryG. Bohn, 1847.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James White; W H Rosser
OCLC Number: 1113210714
Description: iv, 619 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Other Titles: White's Farriery
Responsibility: compiled from the works of the late James White ; and completed to the present state of veterinary science, by W.H. Rosser.

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