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" ... fattest. I have often wished to convey in language that idea or sensation we acquire by the touch, or feel of our fingers, which enables us to form a judgment when we are handling an animal intended to be fatted, but I have as often found myself unequal... "
Observations on Live Stock: Containing Hints for Choosing and Improving the ... - Page xiv
by George Culley - 1807 - 274 pages
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Georgical Essays, Volume 4

Alexander Hunter - Agriculture - 1803
...handling an animal intended to be fatted, but I have as often found myself unequal to fulfil that wish. It is very easy to know where an animal is fattest which...rather which will make fat in such and such points or parts, and not in others ; which a person of judgment (in practice) can tell, as it were instantaneously...
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A General Treatise on Cattle, the Ox, the Sheep, and the Swine ...

John Lawrence - Cattle - 1809 - 618 pages
...handling an animal intended to be fatted, but I have as often found myself unequal to fulfil that wish. It is very easy to know where an animal is fattest, which...distinguish animals in a lean state, which will make fat, under that disadvantage, a thorough knowledge of the stock to be pufchased, and of its proper management,...
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Transactions of the New-York State Agricultural Society for the ..., Volume 24

New York State Agricultural Society - Agriculture - 1865
...an animal intended to be fattened, but I have as often found myself unequal to fulfil that wish. It is very easy to know where an animal is fattest which...can evidently feel a substance or quantity of fat — all those parts which are denominated the fatting points; but the difficulty is to explain how...
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The Stock-feeder's Manual: The Chemistry of Food in Relation to the Breeding ...

Charles Alexander Cameron - Feeds - 1868 - 253 pages
...handling an animal intended to be fattedr but I have as often found myself unequal to that wish. It is very easy to know where an animal is fattest which...can evidently feel a substance or quantity of fat — all those parts which are denominated the fatting points ; but the difficulty is to explain how...
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Thomas Bates and the Kirklevington Shorthorns: A Contribution to the History ...

Cadwallader John Bates - Cattle breeders - 1897 - 513 pages
...knows immediately whether it will make beef or not, and in which part it will lay on most flesh. It is very easy to know where an animal is fattest which is alreadyfat, because we can evidently feel a substance or quantity of flesh upon all the fatty points....
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The New England Farmer's Almanac ..., Volume 1

Thomas Green Fessenden - 1823
...an animal intended to be fatted — but I have as often found myself unable to fulfil that wish. It is very easy to know where an animal is fattest which...explain how we know or distinguish animals in a lean Uate, which will make fat, and which will not, Ğr rather which will make fat in such points or farts,...
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