The Sheep Book
New (2001) revised and updated version of this book that is deservedly very popular among small and medium-sized US sheep producers. Very readable, but detailed and accurate. Worth the $$.
- Building and Rebuilding
- Early Gestation
- Late Gestation
- Some typical type of sheep/li>
- About sheep drugs/li>
- Sheep economics/li>
- Nutritional requirements
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Chantilly R from Kentucky
Great book, good info for sheep folks. Love premier one.
A very good book on sheep keeping. I have just a few books on sheep; this in one of them. It is well written and easy to understand, and has very good information based on the author's experience also. You can learn alot. I especially like the chart for feeding orphan lambs (quantity of milk per feeding, how frequently, number of feedings, how many days you will be feeding, etc.). I have relied on my copy most heavily for that information! I did find that it is a little harder to "find" information in this book, due to the way it is organized... but still a very valuable book.