Bloody milk is due to a rupture of gj'tie of the small blood vessels of th j ull.-r. In some cows there is a con oeu'ral weakness, axd the recurrence 1■ f the trouble cannot be prevented • Cud'ed milk n due to intl tunnatory acuoti it; the This also, whenit iipptvws wiibout apparent cause, is often du3 to cunrreuital weakuss-', or fc > fcubeicular udder trouble. Where ! bloody milk without accompanying ■ in!l-t.vi>mniion is noticed, tho quarters i affected should ba bathed often with I cold water, ard the cow given loz. of tincture of iron in a pint cf cold water as a drench twice daily until the blood cea;es to flow. Where infiam mitisu is present hot poultices should be ajpiied, the milk drawn often, and i the cq.w given a purgative of one and I a tMif'pounds of Epsom salts.
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BLOODY MILK., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4362, 6 January 1914
BLOODY MILK. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4362, 6 January 1914
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