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Abdo & Daughters Publishing Company, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
These exciting books teach readers about animals that live on a farm. Children learn about the pecking order in a chicken coop, the many stomachs of cows and goats, how a pig roots with its snout, and much more. Also discussed is preserving farm animals that face extinction, like the Fainting goat and the Dominique chicken.
-- Table of contents, glossary, index, and internet sites
-- Full-color photos, diagrams, and maps
-- Supports science and social studies curriculum

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About the author (1998)

Steve and Ann Larkin Hansen, authors of "Maintaining Small-Farm Equipment", have run a family farm in Wisconsin for the last 20 years. While Steve has kept their farm equipment running smoothly, Ann has authored books, including "The Organic Farming Manual", "A Landowner s Guide to Managing Your Woods", "Finding Good Farmland", "Making Hay", and "Electric Fencing". She has also served as a regional editor for "The Country Today" and a contributing writer to "Mother Earth News".

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