1942 Yearbook of Agriculture ~ Keeping Livestock Healthy

This Book is from the United States Department of Agriculture : 1942 YEARBOOK OF AGRICULTURE : KEEPING LIVESTOCK HEALTHY. It is from the Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office. 1942. and has 1271 pages including index. It has Gray cloth boards and is Illustrated with photographs and different graphs.

Contents include:

Fundamentals of Disease & Insect Control;

General Diseases Common to Several Species;

Common diseases & Parasites of Horses & Mules,

Diseases & Parasites of Cattle, Swine, Sheep & Goats, Poultry, Dogs & Cats, & Wildlife.

This book is in very nice condition. It has the number 9 written in ink on the 1st inside page. It is very informative, and would be an interesting and handy book to have around.

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