Goat Resources 2013: Your Free Guide to All Things Goaty on the World Wide Web

Goat Resources 2013: Your Free Guide to All Things Goaty on the World Wide Web

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by Sue Weaver
     
 

Goat Resources 2013: Your Free Guide to All Things Goaty on the World Wide Web is an up-to-date collection of hyperlinks leading to hundreds of goat-related Web sites and university-generated PDF documents. Also included are written URLs for those who don't have Internet access on their reading devices. Whatever you want to know about goats, you'll find

Overview

Goat Resources 2013: Your Free Guide to All Things Goaty on the World Wide Web is an up-to-date collection of hyperlinks leading to hundreds of goat-related Web sites and university-generated PDF documents. Also included are written URLs for those who don't have Internet access on their reading devices. Whatever you want to know about goats, you'll find it fast with this neat ebook in hand.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045260602
Publisher:
Sue Weaver
Publication date:
08/30/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
198,495
File size:
758 KB

Meet the Author

Sue Weaver began writing professionally in 1969 when her first article was published in The Western Horseman magazine. Since then she’s written hundreds of articles, first specializing in horse magazines, then publications affiliated with Hobby Farms magazine. She’s also written eleven books, four in the Hobby Farms series for i-5 Publishing and seven for Storey Publishing. All relate to livestock or poultry including pigs, goats, sheep, cattle, chickens, donkeys, llamas and alpacas. She is a self-taught writer.Sue lives on a 29-acre property in the southern Ozarks, along with her husband of 40 years and a huge animal family composed of horses, full-size and miniature; a donkey; Classic Cheviot sheep; Boer, Nubian, Alpine, Sable, and mixed breed goats; a llama, a water buffalo; a pet Jersey-Holstein steer; a tame razorback hog; guinea fowl; and a passel of dogs, most of which are former rescues. The money she earns from her writing ventures is used solely to buy feed for her animal friends.~ Print books by Sue Weaver ~Chickens; Tending a Small-Scale Flock, 2nd Edition (i-5 Publishing; 2005 and 2011)Sheep; Small-Scale Sheep Keeping for Pleasure and Profit (i-5 Publishing; 2005)Goats; Small-Scale Herding for Pleasure and Profit (i-5 Publishing; 2006)Llamas and Alpacas; Keeping a Small-Scale Camelid Herd (i-5 Publishing; 2009)Storey's Guide to Raising Meat Goats; Managing, Breeding, Marketing, 2nd Edition [written under the pseudonym, Maggie Sayer] (Storey Publishing; 2007 and 2010)The Donkey Companion; Selecting, Training, Breeding, Enjoying and Caring for Donkeys (Storey Publishing; 2008)Storey's Guide to Raising Miniature Livestock: Goats, Sheep, Donkeys, Pigs, Horses, Cattle, Llamas (Storey Publishing; 2010)The Backyard Goat; an Introductory Guide to Keeping and Enjoying Pet Goats, from Feeding and Housing to Making Your Own Cheese (Storey Publishing; 2011)The Backyard Cow; an Introductory Guide to Keeping a Productive Family Cow (Storey Publishing; 2012)The Backyard Sheep; an Introductory Guide to Keeping Productive Pet Sheep (Storey Publishing; 2013)Homegrown Pork; Humane, Healthful Techniques for Raising a Pig for Food (Storey Publishing; 2013)~ Smashwords ebooks by Sue Weaver ~Sue Weaver's Goat Book (2013)Thrifty Horse Keeping; Buying and Keeping Horses without Going Broke (2013)Sue Weaver's Sheep Book (coming soon)

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Goat Resources 2013: Your Free Guide to All Things Goaty on the World Wide Web 3.7 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Most of the book is just about websites its so dumb. No wonder its free!!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My friends have goats