Love is in the air as we enter Valentine's Day and the following weekend, but we know that when it comes to livestock, there's a lot more at play than just romance. That's why we've put together this special offer: 20% or more off of our top books on livestock breeding best practices, genetics, and more!

This collection offers expert advise for making the best of your livestock, be it cattle, sheep, poultry or even rabbits. There's something there for everyone, but be sure to get your books quickly – some of these titles have limited quantities and are available only while supplies last!

For the complete list, check out our collection page here.

Below is a sampling of titles from this collection:

Herd Bull Fertility, by James Drayson

Herd Bull Fertility will teach you how to recognize whether a bull is fertile even before the semen test. This manual, generously illustrated with photographs and diagrams, is a must for the cattle grower choosing a bull for his breeding program.

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Rabbit Raising Problem Solver, by Karen Patry

Whether you’re raising your rabbits as pets or as meat, you need solid, accurate, easy-to-access information to keep your animals healthy and happy. This Q&A resource from expert Karen Patry has the answers to all your questions about everything from housing and feeding to breeding, kindling, health and disease, behavior, and more.

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Hatching & Brooding Your Own Chicks: Chickens, Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Guinea Fowl, by Gail Damerow

If you want to incubate, hatch, and brood chicks yourself, rather than buying them from a hatchery, this is the guide you need. Poultry authority Gail Damerow explains exactly how to hatch healthy baby chickens, ducklings, goslings, turkey poults, and guinea keets, addressing everything from selecting a breed and choosing the best incubator to ensuring proper set-up and sanitary conditions, understanding embryo development, and feeding and caring for newborn chicks in a brooder. 

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Check out the full collection here!



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