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- The old people used to have many old customs and tricks about the fair. When a man had a fat cow for sale he would cut the cow's tail up to the bone. That cow would be called a "stall fed" The reason why that name would be called to her is because she would be fattened in a stall.
The butcher would prefer a fat cow to be housed than one to be fattened with grass. When a man fattened a cow with grass he would rub dirt of her body. A halter was always put on the cow. The man that sold the cow would keep the halter.
When a man had a horse for sale he would cut his tail. That tail would be called a "scutched tail" If a man had a great horse that horse would be called a "town shaker" When a man had an old lazy one he would shake pepper under his tail(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.