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Science of Animal Husbandry (6th Edition) Paperback – Nov 16 1993


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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
reasonable July 19 2009
By e_j_buster - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Although I think that animal husbandry is wrong,
my friend recommended this book to me. After reading it, I have to admit that it's a pretty good book, and is reasonably priced. There are a lot of good ideas about animal husbandry contained in this book.
Also, I like how this book looks at animal husbandry from a science perspective.

Nevertheless, I still think that animal husbandry is wrong.
6 of 18 people found the following review helpful
this book is biased Aug. 25 2005
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
i was really put off by the author's theory of horse evolution. The authors are biased toward special creation, which sounds stupid to me. It sounds like someone who is trying too hard to make the bible more believable to scientists. National geographic magazine says Darwin was correct. I don't think a school textbook is the proper place to talk about Noah's Ark, or any religious references at all. The whole book lost appeal after that. I wouldn't go to church to learn about animal husbandry, so I am offended to learn about the author's religious views in a book about animal science.


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