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Cattle: Their breeds, management, and diseases
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London, Baldwin & Cradock, 1834
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annotation Dr Pritchard by showig that th different races of man when transported to different countries obtain certain peculiarities do[damaged: ripped] not disprove there are constitutional differnces — it is begging the question if it be assumed they cannot be acquired.

annotation I presume the udder of the Chillingham cattle is not the least like tht of a good milker

annotation Many subjects must be selected from this book A history of the varieties of each district & fossil oxen How obscure their genealogical descent: Ill effects of inter-breeding — Minutiae heredetary Length of time to form true race
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annotation 48 Old Welsh cattle white red-ears (Q)t01
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annotation «Even in our Parks selection is required to prvnt accidental variation of color arising»
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annotation 51 St01 Curious case of quick deterioration by neglect in Glamorgan cattle showng some «(Selection always goig on»
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annotation 62    Welch Cattle cannot be improved «(Qt01 by crossing 69 Scotch do.—
     78 do, lines 88—163t02
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annotation 75 Great improvement by crossing in 10 years in Arran
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annotation 116 St01 English Cattle have strongly altered since Heny VII time ,& doubled their size (insensbl selctn)
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annotation «116 St01 Selection governed by soil — Each District has prejudice for own Breed.»
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annotation 128 Ayrshire Breed has originated within century ; how not known — probably crosses
     Azara states appeared in old age

annotation Rt01 155 Galloways with rudimentary Horns 174 at early age
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annotation 116 Fifeshire same case Shows origin not known till well formed Breed.—
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annotation 190 The great progenitor of Long-Horn when yearling vry unpromising.
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annotation 193 Shakspeare Bull, a sport in shape
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annotation 197 In Long-Horns, when castrated Bulls get shape of cow's horns
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annotation 199 St01 Capital sentence about one improved Breed expelling others good for Ch 6. (Q)
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annotation 202 Cross between Long & short-Horned 1/3 fail of being in calf (Q)t01
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annotation 230 St01 On crossing with Selection in Short-Horn Breeds.
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annotation 242 In Short-horns whenever White appears always red about ears Q.t01
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annotation 248 On replacement of Breeds in same district (Q)
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annotation 283 Frontal Bones narrower in polled Cattle. & 174 Rudimentst01
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annotation 310 Calfs eating poisonous Herbs, when turned out without their mothers Ch. 10

annotation 524 Explains how in well-bred animals, th influence of Male may be greatest, from having been truer bred.

annotation 527    On gestation of cattle .t01 (Q)
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annotation 17 Devonshire Ox larger than Bull & much larger than (Q)

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annotation (p 174 important
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annotation p 191 grain of th meat