Burmese Translation of Where There Is No Animal DoctorMaureen Birmingham, Peter Quesenberry | 2007
Where There Is No Animal Doctor covers health and disease conditions for all major livestock species in one volume. The manual is designed for livestock care where veterinary services are limited, as well as for veterinarians and technicians who work with and train farmers. Written in a simple, easy-to-understand style, and full of clear, explanatory illustrations, the book explains how to prevent, recognize, control and treat a broad spectrum of animal diseases. It has been the most trusted and widely used text on animal health internationally for more than 20 years. Also available in Spanish, English, French, and Lao.
“Livestock owners must take responsibility for the health of their own livestock.”— Where There Is No Animal Doctor
Used for food, transportation, work, and wealth, when farm animals are injured or ill, the whole community can suffer. Where There is No Animal Doctor covers all aspects of the health and care of farm animals—including horses, mules, cows, bulls, sheep, goats, pigs, rabbits and poultry. The book examines many animal health topics, including animal nutrition and disease prevention, control and treatment.