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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3

Article Title

A simple method of throwing cattle

Authors

J. A. Mallett

Keywords

Cattle control

First Page Number

199

Last Page Number

200

Abstract

When a large bull or bullock—or even a normally mild-mannered cow—has to be put down on the ground and restrained for the purpose of dressing a wound, trimming overgrown hooves or carrying out a surgical operation, the task appears a somewhat formidable one to the average farmer. In reality it is a surprisingly simple matter if he remembers these hints.

Historical article only, not recommended for use on any animals.

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