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The Goat Whisperer: 1922

September 1922. Washington, D.C. "Nanny, a Swiss goat owned by Dr. James E. Chamberlain, holds the record of having given seven quarts of milk a day for the past year. The milk is supplied to local hospitals." View full size.
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