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Excerpt from Farm and Fireside, Vol. 38: June 19, 1915
The dipping vat and the arsenical solution are employed much in the successful warfare against the cattle tick. A practical dipping vat can be constructed by any farmer at a cost of $30. Many townships and counties of the South have built public dipping sta tions, the expense of maintenance and operation being borne out of public funds. Under other circumstances men of public Spirit and enterprise have erected-dip ping vats and pens at private cost for the public use of every farmer in the community.
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bound: 142 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 16, 2017)
isbn: 0259397342, 978-0259397342,
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