Little is logical
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CTA. 1992. Little is logical. Spore 38. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Joining farmers' experiments edited by Bertus Haverkort, Johan van der Kamp and Ann Waters-Bayer 1991 269pp UKL9.95 ISBN 1 85399101 8 Intermediate Technology 103/105 Southampton Row London WC1B 4HH, UK
Microlivestock is a detailed account of over 30 little-known small animals that could have a promising economic future. As well as dwarf breeds of cattle, sheep and goats, the book covers more unusual species that can be farmed profitably including deer, the giant rat, coypu and guinea pig. Each potentially useful breed is analyzed and useful information set out under headings including appearance, husbandry, behaviour and uses. The muscovy duck, for example, is shown to have several advantages over the domestic duck, in that it is a good forager, is not so susceptible to disease and produces a lean carcass. Easy to read, and with little technical language, the book will be particularly useful in those areas where good grazing is in short supply. Microlivestock: little-known small animals with a promising economic future 1991 449pp ISBN 0 309 04437 5 pbk BOSTID, 2101 Constitution Avenue NW JH-210 Washington DC, USA
SubjectsANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH;
- CTA Spore (English)