In the absence of special agreement1, the agister has no lien upon the animals he agists, as he expends no skill upon them; he merely takes care of them and supplies them with food, and his remedy is to claim for the price of grazing2. He has, however, a sufficient possessory property in them to entitle him to claim in trespass or conversion
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