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BETTER TREATMENT OF COWS

TO THE KDITOR.

Sir, —Seeing ih« great itter. ase in va'ue-s of dairy produce durtrm tin past twen yrftve years, it in a great pity our lending dairymen do rr>t eßrnestly take up the question of bef ter tieatment of oows during the wintfr months. In the dajsubtn cheese wh< iid per lb and butcr 7d per lb, tbe animals d <r in j; the winter mouths, had in most Crises, «oine nuturul hash as shelter. Now th<t th--iulini{ piice fur cheese is 6d and butter fat 1b per It/, I ask tho rising generation of far inerß wr u'd it not pay h ndsomely to pas? a lutle of vOia ii.crease of income on lo the -cows nature of a ■ over or cbtlter of some ile-c iption during the most severe Winter in inth-i of the y.ur ? I note a few of. the ownrrs of milking oows are covering thaui n the winter, and, no doubt, if these f-trm-is were to disclose tb.3 benefits derived front iheir etrck by thus caring for them, it wo aid he an eje opener for all—l am, etc, OBSERVED.

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BETTER TREATMENT OF COWS, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 439, 26 May 1914

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BETTER TREATMENT OF COWS Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 439, 26 May 1914

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