Feeds and Feeding: A Hand-Book for the Student and Stockman (Classic Reprint)
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Essential reading for both student and farmer. JudyAnn Lorenz Feeds and feeding are essential for both the student and the farmer. We read it at our house to determine nutrition for our horses and chickens. We have a vintage print copy of the book and were so pleased to find it is still available to people needing nutritional direction for their stock.
The bearing of these principles upon the practical feeding of live stock is given especial emphasis. Again in 1915 the book was completely rewritten and enlarged to include the recent information, both scientific and practical. To this revision Professor Morrison, who had assisted thruout the first revision and who now became joint author, devoted much time, with a corps of trained assistants, during a period of over two years. Therefore, Professor Morrison has again entirely rewritten the book to include the latest information and to adapt it to changed economic conditions since the World War. Furthermore, economic conditions have radically changed. Excerpt from Feeds and Feeding: A Hand-Book for the Student and StockmanFeeds and Feeding, first published in March, 1898, was received with immediate