Wisconsin bankers' farm bulletin
Hadley, F. B.
Wisconsin bankers' farm bulletin. Bulletin 49: sanitation in stables, yards and pastures PDF (856.9 KB)
Sanitation in Stables, Yards and Pastures Does it pay to maintain sanitary conditions in the quarters where live stock is kept? Experience answers this question by showing that the results which follow are always gratifying and fully justify the extra time and money required. When the principles upon which live stock sanitation is based are put into practice, the farmer is repaid many times over for the cost. A COLEAN STABLE ME:ANS HEALTHY ANIMALS Fig. I-Ventilatilng flues when cows face out. Fig. 2-Ventilating flues when cows face in. Supply fresh air-The very life of our animals depends upon a supply of fresh air. Ventilators to bring it into. the barn and others to conduct foul air out, when arranged as shown in the accompanying diagram, are most effective. Beads of sweat on the ceiling and damp air are indications of poor ventilation.
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