The Barker, Moore & Mein Medicine Company published a four-part comic book advertising their remedies, which were intended for both man and beast. The "Barker’s Komic Picture souvenir" contained silly, almost nonsensical cartoons of animals and humans in various accidents and mishaps. It was marketed primarily to farmers and cattlemen, but also targeted human beings who might have ailments similar to a horse or chicken. Barker, Moore & Mein claimed that Horse, Cattle and Poultry Powder would heal "chicken cholera, sore throat and other poultry complaints."
Barker Moore & Mein Medicine Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania