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Veterinary Book For Sheep Farmers (HD)
David C. Henderson
ISBN: 1-903366-30-5
689 pages.
$ 49.95
This comprehensive and detailed volume is aimed at helping the sheep farmer to increase the productivity and profitability of the sheep enterprise and to improve the welfare of sheep by upgrading the husbandry and health status of the flock. A major section describes the latest techniques for improving flock fertility. Hardcover. This is a practical manual focusing principally on the needs of sheep farmers and shepherds in the United Kingdom and covering material applicable to sheep-farming situations worldwide. It should also be invaluable to agricultural and veterinary students as well as to veterinary surgeons in general practice who treat sheep only occasionally.




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