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Category: Diseases and their Remedies

Inflammation of the navel in calves occasionally occurs, causing
redness, pain, and sudden swelling in the part affected. This disease,
if not promptly attended to, speedily carries off the creature.

Treatment.--Foment the part well with warm hop-tea; after which, the
application of a cloth, well saturated with lead-water and secured by
bandages, should be applied. Internally, doses of Epsom-salts, of two
ounces each, dissolved in half a pint of water, should be given until
the bowels are acted upon. After the inflammation has subsided, to
counteract the weakness which may follow, give a bottle of porter two or
three times a day.

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