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" Collar. — Full from breast and shoulders, tapering gradually all the way to where the neck and head join ; the neck should be fine and graceful, and free from coarse and loose skin 6 Shoulders. "
Observations on Live Stock: Containing Hints for Choosing and Improving the ... - Page 103
by George Culley - 1807 - 274 pages
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General View of the Agriculture of the County Palatine of Chester: With ...

Thomas Wedge, Board of Agriculture (Great Britain) - Agriculture - 1794 - 88 pages
...breast cnj shoulders, but tapering'gradually all the way to where the head and neck join, which must be very fine and graceful, being perfectly free from...same time join so easy to the collar forward, and crops backwaid, as to leave not the least hollow in cither place, the mutton upon his arm, or fore-thigh,...
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Illustrations of natural history, engravings and descriptive accounts ...

John Le Keux - 1829
...prominent, and rather bold and daring ; ears thin ; his collar full from the breast and shoulders, but tapering gradually all the way to where the neck and...from any coarse leather hanging down. The shoulders must be broad and full, and should, at the same time, join so easy to the collar forward, and to the...
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The Quarterly Journal Of Agriculture

William Blackwood - 1831
...collar full from his breast and shoulders, but tapering gradually all the way to where the head and neck join, which should be very fine and graceful, being...leather hanging down ; the shoulders broad and full, and at the same time joining so easy to the collar forward, and chine backward, as to leave not the...
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The gardeners dictionary, Volume 1

Philip Miller - 1835
...full from hisť breast and shoulders, but tapering gradually all the way to where the head and neck join, which should be very fine and graceful, being...perfectly free from any coarse leather hanging down; the ahouUers broad and full, which must at the same time, join so easy to the collar forward and chine...
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The Natural History of the Ruminating Animals, ...: Goats, sheep, wild and ...

William Jardine - Ruminants - 1836 - 270 pages
...and rather bold or daring, ears short and thin, his collar full from his breast and shoulders, but tapering gradually all the way to where the neck and head join, which must be very fine and graceful, being perfectly free from any coarse leather hanging down ; the shoulders...
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The Farmers' Register

Edmund Ruffin - 1840
...collar full from the breast and shoulders, but tapering gradually all the way to where the head and neck join, which should be very fine and graceful, being...same time, join so easy to the collar forward and chin backward as to leave not the least hollow in either place ; the mutton upon his arm or tbrcthigh...
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THE AMERICAN REFORMED CATTLE DOCTOR

G.H. DADD, M.D. - 1851
...prominent, and rather bold or daring ; his ears thin ; his collar full from his breast and shoulders, but tapering gradually all the way to where the neck and...from any coarse leather hanging down ; the shoulders full, which must, at the same time, join so easy to the collar forward, and chine backward, as to leave...
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The sheep: our domestic breeds, and their treatment

William Charles L. Martin - 1852 - 158 pages
...prominent or rather bold and daring ; his ears thin ; his collar full from his breast and shoulders, but tapering gradually all the way to where the neck and...head join, which should be very fine and graceful, and perfectly free from any coarse leather hanging down ; the shoulders should be broad and full, and...
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Contributions Toward the Improvement of Agriculture in Nova-Scotia: With ...

Sir John William Dawson - Agriculture - 1856 - 280 pages
...shoulders, but tapering gradually all the way to the junction of the neck and head, which should be fine and graceful, being perfectly free from any coarse leather hanging down. The shoulders should be broad and full, which must at the same time join so closely to the collar forward, and chine...
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Notes on Fields and Cattle from the Diary of an Amateur Farmer: To which is ...

William Holt Beever - Domestic animals - 1870 - 223 pages
...and daring ; ears thin, collar full at breast, tapering to where head and neck joins, which should be fine and graceful, being perfectly free from any coarse leather hanging down. Shoulder broad and full, but joining to the collar forward and chine backward, so as not to trace the...
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