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  1. 1982-01-01 This handy quick-reference guide provides easy and rapid access to the facts needed in daily small-animal practice. The book is written in outline format and organized to help the veterinarian quickly recognize signs and symptoms, formulate a differential diagnosis, select and interpret...  
  2. 1971-01-01 This book describes some of the health and management problems of the feedlot industry. The volume may help practicing veterinarians in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases; feedlot operators in understanding, accepting and planning health programs; and students in perceiving the...  
  3. This volume describes individual diseases. An account of the history, distribution, and epidemiology of those diseases of established importance in both traditional and intensive systems of husbandry is supported by information on diagnosis, pathogenesis and physico-chemical characteristics of...  
  4. 1966-01-01 This book is intended to be an introduction to the study of the nutrition of farm animals. Although it is written primarily for agricultural students, it is hoped that it will be useful for students of veterinary science and allied subjects, and also for agricultural advisers and progressive...  
  5. In this volume, the authors have presented, to those who are interested in cattle practice, the more important facts that thye have gleaned from years of specialized practice or research in their respective active fields.  
  6. 1993-01-01 Beck's home-spun approach to farming and gardening is based on the belief that if you work with nature, nature will reward your efforts. 2 Copies  
  7. This publication shows the how tos of creating and caring for your bonsai.  
  8. The purpose of this book is to provide veterinarians and veterinary students with an overview of exotic and emerging animal diseases, their methods of introduction and spread, and the role of local, state, federal and international agencies in control of these diseases. The disease fact sheets...  
  9. A project to educate extension agents, farmers, ranchers and landowners about native and traditional Pacific Island trees for: crop diversification windbreaks coastal protection shelter and shade soil improvement water conservation livestock fodder woodlots food security and many other...  
  10. 1975-01-01 Each plant type (taxon) is discussed in a defined sequence and usually accompanied by a line drawing and identification characteristics related to leaf, bud, and stem. Certain plants are discussed under the heading "Related Species".