Issue 7 and Volume 38.

PEAT MOSS. This is the name given to a very suitable and highly sanitary bedding for horses, the exclusive product of which is controled by John E. Baker, of Garrett, Ind. It is claimed that this material positively eliminates all that pungent odor which is usually found in stables where ordinary straw or other bedding is used. It has the other great advartages of being an antiseptic and an absorbent, and that it not only prevents, but actually cures many diseases of the hoof and leg. It is the intention of the owner to exhibit samples of this product at Duluth, but those who may not be present at the convention will do well to write for further information.

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