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Studs Terkel Howard Lyman is fighting not only for our health but for our nation's sanity as well. He challenges not only mad cows, but a mad system.
Jeremy Rifkin author of Beyond Beef Howard Lyman's personal odyssey from cowboy to cattle rancher to animal rights activist, environmentalist, and vegetarian is an inspiring chronicle.
Dave Bowman The Seattle Times Digest the facts in Mad Cowboy, and you may never look at prime rib in the same way again.
John Robbins author of Diet for a New America Buy ten copies; give them to people you love. This is the real thing.
Howard F. Lyman is president of the International Vegetarian Union. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia.See all Product Description
Im a vegan who sometimes needs help with explaining what it is that I am doing and why. This book is a really great for that.Published on March 26 2011 by Anny
Reading this book, to me, was like preaching to the converted, as I am already vegetarian, and 99% vegan. Read morePublished on Dec 27 2008 by Mohamjip
This book points out the reality of todays modern cattle production. It gives disturbing insights into what our future holds for us, unless we change our ways. Read morePublished on July 4 2004
THIS BOOK ALMOST MADE ME TROW UP WEN I READ THAT DEAD DOGS AND CATS ARE GRINDED AND FEED TO COWS!!!! Read morePublished on June 11 2004 by Metaphysical Diciple
Although I didn't think this book or its subject matter appealed to me, I acquiesed and took it from my friend upon her insistence. Read morePublished on May 24 2004 by Holland Lorant
This is a small book that's very easy to read. The author has a great sense of humor even when discussing grim subjects. Had me laughing out loud a few times. Read morePublished on Dec 13 2003
One of the problems in this book seems to be that people are bothered Lyman's gloss over diabetes. While it's true that type-I (or "juvenille") diabetics do not produce... Read morePublished on Oct. 26 2003 by J. R. Uder
Instead of the "insider's analysis" of the meat industry I was expecting, this book turned out to be a pretty didactic and unconvincing diatribe on the health benefits of... Read morePublished on July 15 2003 by Robert Carlberg