The Lord God Made Them All - Chapters 16-18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16-18 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 16 uses Herriot uses his memory of a farmer's reaction to a cow letting down her milk as he cleansed the cow of her afterbirth to save a girl's pet pig. In the story, Herriot receives a call from Bert Kealy that his daughter's pig has just given birth to piglets but has no milk. At this time Darrowby is buried under more snow than they have ever seen before. It is so bad that helicopters have been called out to drop food and supplies to some distant farms.

Although Kealy lives on a farm situated far in the country, Herriot decides to try to make the trip to the farm since he knows a shot of pituitrin will cure the problem. Herriot drives as far as he can, then tries the rest of the journey on skis...

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