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Storey’s Guide to Raising Horses 2nd Edition
Breeding – Care – Facilities
Heather Smith Thomas
ISBN: 978-1-60342-471-4
515 pages.
$ 19.95
A comprehensive guide to raising horses! Whether you are an experienced horse handler or are planning to own your first horse, Storey’s Guide to Raising Horses is the only book on horse care you’ll ever need! This complete guide to intelligent horsekeeping covers it all: facilities, feeding and nutrition, daily health care, disease prevention, horse handling, selecting breeding stock, breeding the mare, foaling and weaning, and much more! Now completely revised and updated, the second edition includes up-to-date coverage of horse health issues and vaccination options, thoroughly updated advice on hoof care, and expanded coverage of reproductive care and techniques.




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