2 edition of Pathological horse-shoeing found in the catalog.
by Published by the author at the office of Henry Fish & Co. in Chicago
Written in English
|Statement||by Joseph Brine Coleman|
|Contributions||Fairman Rogers Collection (University of Pennsylvania)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, -185,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||185|
This course is more comprehensive course. It allows the student to deal with more corrective and pathological conditions in horses. The moderate length of the course was developed for the student suited for this time allotment and / or tuition amount. Twice the theory will be covered and there will be numerous learning experiences. $ The horse's foot and how to shoe it: giving the most approved methods of horse-shoeing: together with the anatomy of the horse's foot and its diseases Cole, J. R Pathological horse-shoeing: a theory and practice of the shoeing of horses: by which every disease affecting the foot of the horse may be absolutely cured or ameliorated, and.
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I don’t think that any area of the horse gets as much attention as the hoof. With well-intentioned regularity, the horse’s hoof gets picked, oiled, conditioned, supplemented, trimmed, and shod. And, that’s not to mention soaked, wrapped, and placed in any number of boots. And, given the importance of the hoof, to a certain extent, [ ]. "The Horse Shoeing Book" is a user-friendly introduction to the craft of farriery. It assumes no previous knowledge but leads the reader from the basic principles into an understanding of the more advanced methods of shoeing. If you ever had any questions about horseshoeing but were afraid to ask your farrier then "The Horse Shoeing Book" is Reviews: 6.
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"Pathological Horse-Shoeing" is a comprehensive guide to the diseases and ailments common to the feet and limbs of the horse. It contains chapters on the detection, prevention, curing, correcting, etc., of a variety of diseases, as well as sections on subjects such.
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Coleman. Title. Pathological horse-shoeing: a theory and practice of the shoeing of horses, by which every disease affecting the foot of the horse may be absolutely cured or ameliorated, and defective action of the limbs effectively corrected / by Joseph Brine Edition: [Centennial Ed.].
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Pathological horse-shoeing: a theory and practice of the shoeing of horses: by which every disease affecting the foot of the horse may be absolutely cured or ameliorated, and defective action of the limbs effectively corrected : embracing also an outline of the anatomy and physiology of the foot of the horse and a copious glossary, formulary and index.
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This is a detailed treatise on horse-shoeing, with chapters on everything from training horses to be shod, to treating a. Christy West, ed. The “How-To” Horseshoeing Book.
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The book suggests ways in which damaged feet can recover, and also helps the reader to understand the pathological processes within the horse as a whole that lead to laminitis occurring, starting with an understanding of the horse's innate ability to heal itself and working towards interventions that create an environment that is conducive to.
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Rich Seller Rating: % positive. "The Horse Shoeing Book" is a user-friendly introduction to the craft of farriery. It assumes no previous knowledge but leads the reader from the basic principles into an understanding of the more advanced methods of shoeing.
If you ever had any questions about horseshoeing but were afraid to ask your farrier then "The Horse Shoeing Book" is.Old Jim Avery's own farrier and recipe book - disclosing the whole secret of training and educating the horse by J. Avery () On horseshoeing by W.
Miles () Our horses by E. A. Hardy () Pathological horse-shoeing a theory and practice of the shoeing of horses by J. B. Coleman ().This is a vintage handbook on farriery (horse shoeing), with detailed information on a range of subjects including creating horse shoes, the anatomy of the horses foot, problems and ailments, treatments, techniques of shoeing, preventative measures, and much more.
Although old, it contains a.