Australian Sheep and Wool Handbook By D.J. Cottle

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Australian Sheep and Wool Handbook

By D.J. Cottle, Published January 1, 1991, FileType: PDF Scanned

Australian Sheep And Wool Handbook

This book covers a broad range of topics relevant to the Australian sheep and wool industry. Despite the importance of sheep production to the Australian economy. this is the first publication to have brought together such a comprehensive treatment of these topics.

All of the contributing authors are influential in this industry through their employment in the Departments of Agriculture, universities and private companies. Parasites of Cattle and Sheep: A Practical Guide to their Biology and Control

As this book is designed as a text for tertiary students, it describes the principles upon which various activities in the sheep and wool industry are based, together with the practical impli­cations of these principles. Thus. it is also of interest and benefit to those who are involved in all aspects of sheep production and the marketing and use of wool, and milk.

Generalizations must inevitably be made in a text such as this, given the wide range of environ­ments in Australia, but it is hoped that readers will be able to apply some pan or these generalizations to their own situation. Statistics will unavoidably be out of date soon after the book has been published; readers seeking up-to date information can obtain it from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics,

Product details

  • Publisher : Inkata Press (January 1, 1991)
  • Language : English
  • Hardcover : 499 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0909605602
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0909605605
Book Name:  Australian Sheep and Wool Handbook By D.J. Cottle
File Size:  6 MB
File Format:  PDF
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