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close this folder Animal health
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close this folder How animals reproduce
close this folder The reproductive systems
View the document The female
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View the document Pregnancy and birth
close this folder Choosing breeding animals
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View the document How to choose
View the document Castration
View the document How to know your herd
close this folder Selling animals
View the document Animals are sold for their meat.
View the document Animals are sold for breeding.
View the document Young animals are sold for fattening.
View the document The yield of a herd
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Animal husbandry: Animal diseases; How animals reproduce

Published by arrangement with the

Institut africain pour le développement économique et social

B.P. 8008, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

Rome 1976

FAO Economic and Social Development Series No. 3/9

First printing 1970

Second printing 1972

Revised edition 1976

Reprinted 1982

P-69

ISBN 92-5-100148-0

© French edition, Institut africain pour le développement économique et social (INADES) 1970

© English edition, FAO 1976

 

HDL 2.0 CD-ROM editor's note : (October 1998)

We have corrected some older text portions which advised the use of banned pesticides. Pesticides are dangerous. Use them rationally and appropriately. Do not use the Dirty Dozen (Parathion, 2, 4, 5-T, Paraquat, DDT, Aldrin/ Dieldrin/ Endrin, Chlordimeform, Dibromochloropropane (DBCP), Chlordane/ Heptachlor, HCH/ Lindane, Ethylene dibromide, Camphechlor and Pentachlorophenyl (PCP). Endosulfan (Thiodan) and Organotins (Brestan and Aquatin) were also banned from the market recently. On selecting a pesticide please be sure to inform for the safest product and application procedures first. Thank you.