Skip to main content

Animal feeding

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = TD,Use For = Feeding of animals

Found in 273 Collections and/or Records:

Investigations into the pattern of food intake in fowls, 1972

Identifier: Coll-1362/3/703
Scope and Contents

Located in Poultry Research Centre Staff Papers 1972, Vol. 1, A-F.

Dates: 1972

Large White Sow, 1870s-1930s

Identifier: Coll-1434/518
Scope and Contents

Illustration of a Large White sow in its pen inside a barn being fed by a woman.

Dates: 1870s-1930s

Letter to Henry John Elwes from James Cossar Ewart, 20 August 1911

Identifier: Coll-14/9/17/46
Scope and Contents

Ewart writes that he is enclosing a report on the wool from Watson, Wallace's assistant, although he has not yet heard about the Iceland wool. He would like to have the Ronaldsay sheep, and understands that they live between a wall and the sea and feed mainly on seaweed.

Dates: 20 August 1911

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Charles S. Plumb, 08 November 1904

Identifier: Coll-14/9/10/118
Scope and Contents

Plumb asks Ewart for a copy of a paper which he presented to the Royal Society in 1902 on a new species of horse. He mentions that he has used lantern slides in his own lectures showing some of Ewart's work on telegony and regrets not introducing himself to Ewart at the Royal Agricultural Show at York in 1900. He mentions his own work in the instruction in breeds, breeding, feeding and management of domestic animals at Ohio State University.

Dates: 08 November 1904

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from George Henderson, 20 June 1914

Identifier: Coll-14/9/20/14
Scope and Contents

Henderson writes that when he was in New Zealand he was told that the sheep could not live due to the lack of phosphates in the soil, but that the bullocks there feed upon shellfish.

Dates: 20 June 1914

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from J.S.K de Knevett, 28 November 1900

Identifier: Coll-14/9/6/34
Scope and Contents

de Knevett writes regarding the feeding of horses in Belgium, namely, that they are given slices of bread by cab drivers. The same occurences take place in Germany and Holland as well. He explains that he met a Flemish woman who made a fortune from a certain bread recipe. He then lists the recipe, which is made from rye flour, and adds that he will send Ewart a loaf of the bread.

Dates: 28 November 1900

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from St Clair Cunningham, 21 April 1901

Identifier: Coll-14/9/7/11
Scope and Contents

Cunningham writes in connection with an animal feed made up of a grass mixture that he makes up himself. He invites Ewart to spend a couple of days with him in May when he could inspect the mixture and also to see his horses.

Dates: 21 April 1901