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Publisher Description

Anyone considering adding beef production to their enterprise should read this book. This publication is a comprehensive and practical overview of safety, yard design, livestock identification, compulsory paperwork, breeds, crossbreeding, deciding on what to produce, herd health, routine husbandry, diseases and parasites.

Getting Started in Beef contains real-world examples complete with detailed images and diagrams.


This publication is part of the AgGuides series. Check out the AgGuide Managing and Marketing Beef if you want more information on this topic. AgGuides are compiled by highly regarded industry experts to provide easy to follow advice on agriculture and support the Tocal College external study program for agriculture. 


Table of Contents:

• Producer safety

• Yard design

• Quality assurance

• Stock movement by road

• Stress is costly

• Breed and crossbreed

• Decide on your product

• Biosecurity and herd health

• Some terms explained.

GENRE
Reference
RELEASED
2008
August 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
96
Pages
PUBLISHER
Agriculture NSW
SELLER
NSW Trade & Investment
SIZE
15.5
MB

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