3 edition of Sweet-clover-seed screenings not injurious to sheep. found in the catalog.
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Also includes statistics, convention reports, bulletins, bibliographies and listings for Spanish edition publications from the Porto Rico Station. Name and subject indexes start on page Author: E. Allen. The hypoprothrombinemia, hemorrhages, and anemia can be immediately corrected, to a degree, by IV administration of whole blood.
This may be difficult in large animals, because effective dosages range from 2–10 L of fresh blood per 1, lb ( kg) body wt. Care should be taken to ensure that donor animals are not receiving sweet clover feed. Sweet Clover B«wd Not Injurious to Stock.
That sweet clover seed screenings are not injurious when fed to stock in proper quantities is the conclusion justified by tests made by the Bureau of Animal Industry, United States Department of Agriculture.
While it is recognized that an unqualified general statement should not be based on a few. Sweet clover is bothered by few insects or diseases.
Crop rotation is always a good practice if a continuous stand of sweet clover is desired. Because stands of biennial sweet clover often do not last for more than two years unless re-established from volunteer seed, seeding some every year will help to insure a constant supply.
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On 10 acres of clover, Mr. B., has had for five months, heads of sheep and 10 of cows and horses, and there will be feed enough for months yet. B., discovered that cattle and sheep that had access to his grape cuttingsâof which they ate freely in the springâdid not bloat, showing, perhaps, that stock running on succulent clover need.
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