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Practical Cattle Farming by Kat Bazeley

Practical Cattle Farming by Kat Bazeley

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"Practical Cattle Farming" is written by two experienced, practising veterinarians, and covers the essential elements of beef and dairy cattle farming and the latest cutting-edge scientific research, and is therefore of value both to the novice and to those with experience.

The book examines the principles of beef and dairy production, and the husbandry of cattle from the newborn calf to adulthood; Explores the practical aspects of nutrition, housing, grazing and fertility management including the common problems, how these may be identified and corrected, and some of the economic factors that must be considered; Analyses the principles of disease prevention and control in order to maximize the success of the cattle unit; Outlines the factors that determine the welfare of the cattle and the relevant English laws.

The text is clearly written and includes helpful explanatory notes and detailed practical information.

About the author

Kat Bazeley BSc, BVSc, CertWEL, MRCVS has worked in farm animal health throughout her career. She spent ten years as a clinical lecturer at the University of Bristol's Veterinary School and holds the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeon's Certificate in Aninal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law. Kat now works at the Kingfisher Veterinary Practice in Somerset.

Alastair Hayton BVM&S, DCHP, MRCVS holds the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeon's Diploma in Cattle Health and Production and is on the Royal College's Board for Cattle Health and Production. In 2006 he was jointly awarded the Vetoquinol award for 'Outstanding Contribution to the British Cattle Veterinary Industry'. He is a partner in the Kingfisher Veterinary Practice in Somerset.

Book details

Hardcover
224 pages
Publisher
The Crowood Press Ltd
Publication date
December 2007
ISBN-10
1861269757
ISBN-13
9781861269751

Comments

ken mwenda

Friday 19 June, 2015 at 9:25pm

am very interested in cattle keeping but l have small education about it, how can you help me?

ken mwenda.

Friday 19 June, 2015 at 9:32pm

how can l learn more about cattle?

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