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All Creatures Great and Small Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 36 Summary

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Chapter 36 Summary

Herriot visits a young, poor farmer named Terry Watson, who has a cow with mastitis. This disease usually means that the cow will not be a good milk producer, and it drops the value of the cow dramatically. This is the last thing that Watson needs. Herriot confirms the diagnosis and tells Watson that the cow most likely will have to get by on three udders, as the mastitis is very bad. Watson asks what he can do, and Herriot tells him that he will give the cow an injection and if the farmer can strip the udder every half hour, she may have some hope. This glimmer of hope is a lifeline to Watson.

The next morning, Herriot is the area and drops in to see how the cow is doing. Watson is stripping the udder and leaning his head against the cow. Watson appears to...

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