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A pale yellow, fatty oil produced by boiling the feet and shin bones of cattle,
horses, sheep, and pigs, and skimming the oil from the surface of the water.
Like all natural fats, neat's-foot oil is a mixture of substances, many of
which deposit on cooling. "Cold-tested" neat's-foot oil is a material that has
been held at the freezing point for a period of time and then filtered.
Neat's-foot oil is used in the preparation of some leather dressings, and in
the fatliquoring of leather.