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Annual Report of the Dept. of Agriculture Volume 7, No. 3 ebook

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Annual Report of the Dept. of Agriculture Volume 7, No. 3 by New York Dept of Agriculture
Annual Report of the Dept. of Agriculture Volume 7, No. 3
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Author: New York Dept of Agriculture
Page Count: 278 pages
Published Date: 01 Mar 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781130041262
File Name: Annual.Report.of.the.Dept..of.Agriculture.Volume.7,.No..3.pdf
Download Link: Annual Report of the Dept. of Agriculture Volume 7, No. 3
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 Excerpt: ...on live stock, that the "unimproved " breeds of Teesdale were a "disagreeable kind of cattle, that, though fed ever so long, never produced any fat, either within or without." Youatt, another celebrated author, described them as "generally of great size, thinskinned, sleekhaired, bad in handling, coarse in offal, and of delicate constitution." With this as a foundation stock, it is not so difficult to understand how an animal of the Newbus ox stamp might be classed as belonging to the improved order. This ox was sired by a grandson of Charles Colling's celebrated bull "Old Favorite," and the dam was supposed to be a Scotch Highland cow. The early Shorthorns were large and massive. The famous Durham ox weighed nearly 3800 pounds when 10 years old. The demand for early maturity and plump, sappy carcasses of medium weight and minimum offal and waste had not then set in. It was not until within recent years that the heavy, inordinately fat, or rough and patchy bullock, became unpopular to such an extent as practically to drive this class from the market and to banish the type from the breeding herds. It is well that this w.as done, for the modern type, represented by the first three illustrations, makes beef at decidedly more profit and economy to both the producer and the butcher and furnishes the consumer a far superior article. The parts furnishing the high-priced cuts must be thickly and evenly covered with firm yet mellow flesh of uniform good quality and alike free from hard rolls and blubbery patches. Coarse, harsh and gaudy animals will no longer be tolerated, much less those that are bony and bare of flesh on the back and ribs. The men who buy our cattle and fix their market value are shrewd enough to know almost...

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