Black Quarter. Young cattle are very liable to this disease especially when put into fresh grass - 'after-grass'.
There is no cure whatever for it but it can be prevented by many simple remedies.-
A pig-ring, or any brass ring (one is sufficient) when put into the flesh on underneath part of neck or on the tail will prevent Black-quarter. The following supplied this cure:- Michael Jones, The Line; John Angland, Meentinna; David Quinlan, Rowels; Jerh. Duane Clashroe, P. Burke Gooseberryhill; W, Brosnan Knockscovane.
- Michael Jones