Current Veterinary Therapy: Food Animal Practice
Jimmy L. Howard, Robert A. Smith
Saunders, 1999 - Medical - 766 pages
The 4th edition of this established text brings a fresh approach to food animal practice. Updated to include information from the most current research and technology, this revised and improved edition is a comprehensive resource that covers all aspects of prevention, therapy, and management of food animal disease. International experts discuss everything from special animal therapy and procedures to dietary management. Over 100 new consulting editors and authors provide a fresh approach and look.
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