Cow-pox





Two varieties of sore teats occur in the cow, in the form of pustular

eruptions. They first appear as small vesicles containing a purulent

matter, and subsequently assume a scabby appearance, or small ulcers

remain, which often prove troublesome to heal. This latter is the

cow-pox, from which Jenner derived the vaccine matter.



Treatment.--Foment the teats well with warm water and Castile-soap;

after which, wipe the bag dry, and dress with citrine ointment. The

preparations of iodine have also been recommended, and they are very

serviceable.





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