An intriguing, well-organized discussion of a large number of smaller animals that can be raised for multiple purposes, whether for food, fur, milk, or other purposes. These animals often reproduce more quickly than conventional farm animals, are able to thrive in environments where other animals cannot, or are otherwise advantageous and potentially profitable to farm.
- Published: 1991
- Publisher: National Academy Press,
- ISBN-10: 0309044375
- Dewey Decimal: 338.176
- ECHO Library: 338.176 NAT