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More Sheep, More Grass, More Money
Peter Schroedter
ISBN: 0-96827-720-9
112 pages.
$ 12.95
After 20 years raising sheep in Manitoba’s Interlake region, Peter and Linda Schroedter figure they’re ready to share a bit of their hard-earned knowledge. More Sheep, More Grass, More Money is an entertaining, informative primer on turning consistent profits raising sheep, without working yourself to exhaustion. It’s a wonderful blend of hilarious observation and practical advice. The 112 page book covers everything from pasture and stock management to sheep nutrition, guard dogs and many other things concerning sheep production. Peter Schroedter is a sheep rancher and part time writer. Linda keeps the P&L Ranch west of Moosehorn running, and Peter honest.




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