Drencher, Manual; Unknown manufacturer; 1850-1900; WY.1989.420.5
Drencher, ManualAbout this object
This is an example of an early manual drencher, dating from the pre-1900 era. This drencher was used for sheep and goats, with the most likely drugs used being castor oil, cod liver oil or epsom salts. Very early on, a Rawleigh product called Colic and Bloat Oil was also used for sheep, cattle and horses.Maker
inorganic, processed material, metal, ironInscription and Marks
Yellow sticker on bottom: '1'
Handwritten at top in white ink: 'WY89420'
h 275 mm x dia 45 mmSubject and Association Keywords
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