Extension Bulletin Volume 151-193 download
Extension Bulletin Volume 151-193 download

Extension Bulletin Volume 151-193 by Colorado Agricultural College
Extension Bulletin Volume 151-193
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Author: Colorado Agricultural College
Page Count: 202 pages
Published Date: 01 Mar 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
Type: Pdf
ISBN: 9781130660340
File size: 47 Mb
File Name: Extension.Bulletin.Volume.151-193.pdf
Download Link: Extension Bulletin Volume 151-193
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 Excerpt: ...or even to walk rapidly, or that persists in traveling sidewise has little chance against a well-trained horse. In leading a horse, hold him fairly close to the bit, and travel alongside his head. In training, have someone follow with the whip to make the horse move smartly. Horses should stand squarely with the forelegs slightly forward and the hind legs back. To teach this the horse is held close to the bit and tapped lightly on the back of the forelegs with a small whip or switch, pulling slightly on the bridle, and holding the head up. If the horse moves its hind feet up it is backed into place again and the training resumed. Horses accustomed to being shown will assume this pose readily. A good position when standing aids considerably in catching the eye of the judge. The appearance is still further improved if the front feet are on higher ground than the hind feet. If manes and tails are braided and decorated with ribbons the general effect is very pleasing. Though this does not add to the value of the horse in the eye of a good judge, it may help a lot in case of a close decision, and, the advertising value is considerably increased from the viewpoint of the spectator. Doing up the tail shows off the muscling of the quarters to best advantage. The braiding of manes and tails is difficult to describe on paper, and is best learned from observation. Head of Clydesdale Stallion, Royal Voucher, showing mane braided for show SHEEP In selecting sheep for show, take strong, vigorous animals of good breed type. A show sheep must have a strong, thickly fleshed back and loin, wide spring of ribs, a relatively straight rump and thick deeply fleshed thighs. Open shoulders, shallow bodies and narrow chests must be avoided. Rams should have strong masculinity as sh...

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