A Complete Handbook on Back-Yard and Commercial Rabbit Production
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A COMPLETE HANDBOOK ON BACKYARD AND COMMERCIAL RABBIT PRODUCTION
(Sa Kalusugan ng Bayan Rabbit Ang Alagaan)
For the Health of the Nation Go Into Rabbit Production
The majority of information found in this handcook is an adaptation and revision of COMMERCIAL RABBIT RAISING Agriculture Handbook No. 309, U.S. Department of Agriculture. This revision was essential to meet the special environmental conditions found only in tropical climates.
Reprinted with permission for Peace Corps use only. Limited numbers of reprints are available through Peace Corps Information Collection and Exchange Office of Program Development 806 Conn. Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20526 September 1982
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