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Storey’s Barn Guide To Sheep



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Designed to be used in the barn, Storey’s Barn Guide to Sheep provides clear, step-by-step help with oversized, heavy-duty pages provide dozens of procedures with simple, straightforward illustrations. A nail hole at the top of each page lets you hang the book on a barn wall and easily refer to the step-by-step illustrations.

Graphic presentations guide you through every situation that might arise during the normal course of a sheep’s life including trimming hooves, administering injections, assisting with lambing, bottle feeding, milking, shearing.

The book also features full-color anatomical illustrations, a lambing calendar, a feeding chart, and record-keeping section.

Storey’s Barn Guide To Sheep 1-58017-849-9 93 pages $29.95
  





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