1. 1968-01-01 This farrier science book is a softcover with plastic slip-cover, 169 pages with B/W photos and illustrations. It was prepared by the Middle Tennessee State University staff.
  2. 1999-01-01 This much-needed book explains why everyone involved in horse management-from farriers and veterinary surgeons to owners and trainers-should understand the principles of correct foot balance and the repercussions of good, bad and indifferent shoeing.
  3. 2000-01-01 This book has the same information as the first edition, but with some of the language simplified for those who are reading English as a second language. It includes a glossary of terms. It covers all aspects of horse care from selection of healthy equines, to equine first aid and dental care. (1...
  4. 1989-01-19 This book is a summary of our experiences working with animal health and husbandry problems in Tonga. 58 pages, illustrated
  5. 2001-01-03 The main activities are documenting indigenous knowledge and carrying out experiments based on local concepts. The traditional leaders are involved in implementing activities to improve indigenous practices relating to agriculture, human and animal health and natural resources. The experiences...
  6. 2000-01-07 These pictures and the articles in this newsletter reflect the great diversity of concepts, approaches and practices that still exist related to healing people, animals, plants and environments. Vitality and health have a dimension beyond the purely physical and biological level. In most...
  7. 2005-12-20 Tools for influencing policy Promoting organic agriculture in Uganda Small-scale agriculture and food security policies Arvari Sansad - the famers' parliament RAAA in Peru Improved fallows and local institutions Policy development in the organic movement Changing animal health policies Working...
  8. 2020-01-20 LEGS Briefing Paper This Briefing Paper considers how community-based animal health (CBAH) services that assist livestock owning communities can be better supported by implementing agencies, and draws on the lessons learnt from a LEGS Operational Research project funded by USAID/OFDA. The...
  9. The occurrence and spread of an animal health threat can be prevented when a timely assessment of the risk is carried out to inform prevention, response and control measures. These technical guidelines on rapid risk assessment (RRA) are designed as a simple and practical tool to be used by...
  10. 关键资源 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...