This antiquarian book contains a detailed guide to caring for and treating sick farm animals, with information on food, medicine, anesthetics, and much more besides. Complete with comprehensive descriptions, simple instructions, helpful tips, and a wealth of useful illustrations and photographs, this book constitutes an invaluable tool for the farmer or livestock veterinarian. It makes for a worthy addition to any collection of farming literature. The chapters of this text include: 'Box Stalls for Sick Animals'; 'Blankets, Bandages, Slings'; 'Food for Sick Animals'; 'Giving Medicine'; 'Enemas'; 'Doses of Medicine'; 'Counter-Irritants'; 'Fomentations'; 'The Soaking Tub'; 'Confining or Restraining Animals'; 'Throwing a Horse'; 'Throwing a Bull'; 'Anesthetics'; etcetera. Many antique books such as this are increasingly rare and expensive, and it is with this in mind that we are proudly republishing this text in an affordable modern edition complete with a new introduction on farming.