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  1. With the objective of gaining a better insight into the challenges and opportunities of the livestock sub-sector in West Africa, FAO has conducted several studies and held various workshops in recent years. The outcomes of these studies and workshops conducted between 2009 and 2014 were published...
  2. The purpose of this book is to provide a ready reference of practical information on disease conditions of chickens and turkeys and to help poultry operations produce quality meat and eggs efficiently.
  3. Access Agriculture Training Video Dirty drinking water, unclean surroundings, and improper food cause many diseases in chicken. Clean the coop area and remove the poop and spoiled feed every day. You can purify the drinking water with turmeric powder or potassium permanganate. Feed chickens a...
  4. Key Resource 1998-01-01 W. Malcolm Reid (1910-1990) was Professor Emeritus of Poultry Science (Parasitology) at the University of Georgia. He saw a need for a book dealing with basic poultry production and recruited others to help him develop one. He knew firsthand the value of poultry as a source of food and manure for...
  5. This manual is designed to give basic information that has been shown to be successful in a variety of situations. We have often opted to describe methods that may be too sophisticated or expensive to apply in every case in an effort to illustrate the optimal condition. Obviously, not everyone...
  6. This publication is designed to help ranchers recognize the more common rabbit diseases and to know when professional advice is needed.
  7. The Biology and Medicine of Rabbits and Rodents has long been considered a "classic" in veterinary medicine and laboratory animal science. Now in its fourth edition, this essential work remains a practical, easy-access manual that spans the diverse needs of both practitioner and researcher. Drs....
  8. This book discusses advances in sheep and goat medicine. It covers such topics as clinical nutrition, breeding, ventilation, diseases, and routine sheep and goat procedures.
  9. 1989-01-01 This publication includes articles on diseases of llamas, sheep, alpaca and goats.
  10. 1965-01-01 This book is intended primarily for the use of veterinarians, veterinary students, and research workers in livestock diseases and livestock production. It should also be of value to sheep producers.