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Helps owners understand the keys to livestock protection: selection of the right guardian animal, proper guardian livestock bonding, dedicated training, and ongoing problem-solving. This book has three chapters addressing the use of guardian dogs: how to evaluate, train, understand, and socialize these canines.
Telling the story of Buck Brannaman's life, this book gives horse owners the keys to understanding their animals. Buck Brannaman is a horse gentler - not a horse "breaker" - who has started more than 10,000 young horses in his clinics.
Cattle play a fundamental role in animal agriculture throughout the world. This title intends to help the reader understand cattle reproduction by explaining the underlying physiology of the reproductive process and the role and importance of pharmacology and technology, showing how management techniques can improve reproductive efficiency.
This pioneering 1921 book focuses on the environmental impact of introduced species on New Zealand's native flora and fauna.
This richly illustrated book combines a guide to the causes, progress, treatment and prevention of foot ailments in cattle with a practical manual on claw trimming.
Suitable for small and moderate-scale sheep raisers and those interested in growing wool for fiber arts, this book updates many aspects of sheep stewardship - such as new or newly banned medications, progress in reproductive technology, popular new sheep breeds, and the growing dairy sheep field.
An approach to small-scale beekeeping which results in healthier, more sustainable hives and a physically, mentally and spiritually transformed beekeeper.
Looks at some more well-known breeds and cross-breeds, some minority breeds which were once seen everywhere and a few rare breeds which have to be seen to be believed. This book offers a brief description of each sheep's appearance and its place in history. It explains the status of the breed in the UK and its uses in farming.
The idea of keeping a few pigs has undergone something of a renaissance and never before has it been so popular.