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Keeping Livestock Healthy
A Veterinary Guide to Horses, Cattle, Pigs, Goats & Sheep
N. Bruce Haynes, D.V.M.
ISBN: 1-58017-435-3
345 pages.
$ 19.95
Keeping Livestock Healthy is one of the recognized classics in its field. Small Farmer’s Journal called it “a major contribution to available farm veterinary literature.” Modern Veterinary Practice wrote: “. . . highly recommended to all livestock owners.” And Farmstead Magazine said, “So admirably organized and indexed that its information is instantly available.” Now completely revised and updated, this fourth edition draws on the very latest research from experts on each of the five animals covered – horses, cattle, pigs, goats, and sheep. It presents new information on vaccines, artificial insemination, ultrasonography, disease testing, drug treatments, and diseases such as Lyme disease, Potomac fever, bluetongue, foot-and-mouth disease, and mad cow disease. This complete reference on livestock health is an invaluable guide to preventing disease through good nutrition, proper housing, and appropriate care.




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