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Appendix 10: Photographs of Sheep-dip Structures

Figure A.3: A typical swim-through dip with full immersion of sheep using a crutch

 

 

Source: JE Duncan, Practical Points of Sheep Dipping, Bulletin No. 181, New Zealand Department of Agriculture. Courtesy of the National Library of New Zealand.

Figure A.4: The U or divided swim bath

 

Source: JE Duncan, Practical Points of Sheep Dipping, Bulletin No. 181, New Zealand Department of Agriculture.

Figure A.5: Island or ring bath

 

Source: JE Duncan, Practical Points of Sheep Dipping, Bulletin No. 181, New Zealand Department of Agriculture.

Figure A.6: Pot bath with curved race and covered sump

 

Source: JE Duncan, Practical Points of Sheep Dipping, Bulletin No. 181, New Zealand Department of Agriculture.

Figure A.7: Stewart reciprocating sheep shower

 

Source: JE Duncan, Practical Points of Sheep Dipping, Bulletin No. 181, New Zealand Department of Agriculture.

Figure A.8: Cattle grazing next to disused sheep dip trench

 

Source: Courtesy WAIPAC.

Figure A.9: Redundant pot dip with partially collapsed yards

Pot filled in with rubble after urban landowner's pet dog fell into bath and nearly drowned.

 

Source: Courtesy WAIPAC

Figure A.10: Former pot dip with large, partially collapsed, holding yards

 

Source: Courtesy WAIPAC.

Figure A.11: Pre-1930s pot dip for manually dipping one sheep at a time

 

Source: Courtesy WAIPAC.

Figure A.12: Concrete remains of filled-in dip structure, still accessible to livestock

 

Source: Courtesy WAIPAC.

Figure A.13: 1970s/ 1980s mobile spray dip

Source: Courtesy WAIPAC