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1887 - Connecticut Economy
A rich, and therefore economical, farmer in Goshen, Conn., who has a cow that does not give milk this summer, has adopted a plan whereby the dry cow is made to suffer for her dryness, and in a manner earn her own living. He has attached to her head a contrivance which makes it impossible for her to get her head within six or eight inches of the ground. Therefore she has to eat thistles, weeds and all swamp grass thereby saving the white honeysuckle and low sweet grass for his cows that give milk.
Salt Lake Tribune
Salt Lake City, Utah
September 08, 1887
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