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  1. The Complete Guide to Small Scale Farming: Everything You Need to Know About Raising Beef Cattle, Rabbits, Ducks, and Other Small Animals (Back-To-Basics) (Back to Basics Farming) by Melissa Nelson, 2010-02-22
  2. Animal Factory: The Looming Threat of Industrial Pig, Dairy, and Poultry Farms to Humans and the Environment by David Kirby, 2010-03-02
  3. Animal Agriculture: The Biology, Husbandry, and Use of Domestic Animals (Series of Books in Animal Science) by Harold Harrison Cole, 1980-06
  4. How to Build Animal Housing: 60 Plans for Coops, Hutches, Barns, Sheds, Pens, Nestboxes, Feeders, Stanchions, and Much More by Carol Ekarius, 2004-05-01
  5. The State of the World's Animal Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture by Barbara Rischkowsky, 2007-01
  6. Agriculture: The Food We Grow and Animals We Raise (Natural Resources) by Julie Kerr Casper, 2007-02-28
  7. Contemporary Issues in Animal Agriculture (3rd Edition) by Peter R. Cheeke, 2003-04-28
  8. Mineral Tolerance of Animals: Second Revised Edition by Committee on Minerals and Toxic Substances in Diets and Water for Animals, National Research Council, 2005-12-27
  9. 1984 Yearbook Of Agriculture-Animal Health Livestock & Pets by John K. Atwell, Edwin I. Pilchard, et all 1984
  10. Understanding Animal Breeding (2nd Edition) by Richard M. Bourdon, 1999-08-08
  11. Mathematical Modelling in Animal Nutrition by James France, Ermias Kebreab, 2008-04-28
  12. The Inner World of Farm Animals: Their Amazing Intellectual, Emotional, and Social Capacities by Amy Hatkoff, 2009-04-01
  13. Animal Health and Welfare in Organic Agriculture (Cabi Publishing) by W Lockeretz, S Roderick, et all 2003-12-18
  14. Fund-Raising for Animal Care Organizations (Shelter Management)

1. Plants And Animals: Agriculture And Horticulture
Plants and Animals. Agriculture and Horticulture. Agriculture Animals Agriculture Biographies Agriculture General Horticulture
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Sep 17, 2005

2. Welcome To Animal
Describes its work in serving and promoting the livestock industry in the United States. Includes downloadable technical papers, event and

3. Animal Agriculture And Environment Internet Resources
Retrieve survey responses Summary of Responses Home

4. Animal And Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS)
Information on animal and plant health/disease topics, USDA regulations, control of invasive species, agricultural chemicals, and related public

5. AgNIC Portal - Connecting You To Food, Agricultural, And

6. COK
Nonprofit animal rights group focuses on cruelty to animals in agriculture and promotes vegetarian eating. Features events, literatures, a newsletter

7. Animal Protection Institute - Welcome
API's mission is to advocate for the protection of animals from cruelty and exploitation.

8. Alaska Statutes AS 03. Agriculture And Animals
Title 3. Agriculture and Animals. Chapter 5. Powers and Duties of Commissioners of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation

9. Breeds Of Livestock - Oklahoma State University
Animals that, through selection and breeding, have come to resemble one another and pass those traits uniformly to their offspring.

10. Temple Grandin's Web Page
Livestock behaviour, design of facilities and humane slaughter.

11. / News / Local / Conn. / State Agriculture Department
State agriculture department seizes animals. May 12, 2004. HARTFORD, Conn.

12. 1Up Science > Links Directory > Agriculture: Animals
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13. AWIC Homepage
Large collection of information resources related to the improved care and use of laboratory, farm, companion, and exhibit animals.
Accessibility Information Search the AWIC Website
Providing information for improved animal care and use in research, teaching, and testing.
Hurricane Katrina Animal Relief Efforts
The Animal Welfare Information Center
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Agricultural Research Service
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10301 Baltimore Avenue, 4th Floor
Beltsville, MD 20705-2351
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A guide to quality agricultural information on the Internet. Updated September 13, 2005

14. SUSTAIN : Home
Advocates food and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, promote equity and enrich society and culture.
SUSTAIN: THE ALLIANCE FOR BETTER FOOD AND FARMING - document.write(dayname + ' ' + dayofmonth + ' ' + monthname + ' ' + year); S ustain: the alliance for better food and farming
The Projects
The project works to highlight the connection between diet, mental health and behaviour. Hospital Food Project
This two-year project aims to increase the proportion of local and/or organic food in four London NHS hospitals. Campaign for the Children's Food Bill
Sustain has launched a Children's Food Bill in Parliament to improve children's current and future health. Grab 5! Project
Grab 5! encouraging kids to eat more fruit and veg. Visit for ideas and materials. London Food Link
The projects aims to help producers, consumers and retailers make a positive choice for sustainable, local food.

15. Salt & Trace Minerals In Animal Nutrition And Agriculture
Information about salt supplementation as part of a nutritionally balanced diet for animals and as a delivery mechanism to ensure adequate intake of less palatable nutrients from the Salt Institute.
Salt and Trace Minerals in Animal Nutrition and Agriculture
Animal nutrition is a major market for salt, both for commercial livestock, poultry and fish production ( ) production and to nourish healthy pets , like cats and dogs . Beyond animal feeding, some soils require salt fertilization for maximum crop yield or nutritional quality . On the other hand, saline soils ( ) severely challenge agricultural production in many areas.
For thousands of years it has been known that domestic and wild animals need salt just as man does, and not just for flavor . The virtues of salt for animals were extolled by the ancient Greeks. Early explorers in Africa, Asia and North America recorded observations of grazing animals traveling to salt springs or deposits to satisfy ravenous appetites for salt. Animals deprived of salt will risk grave danger or resort to unusual behavior to obtain it. Considerable evidence exists that early nomads and hunters took advantage of this fact to lure and capture animals by locating areas with salt and waiting for animals to come there periodically. Salt is unique in that animals have a much greater appetite for the sodium and chloride in salt than for other minerals. Because most plants provide insufficient sodium for animal feeding and may lack adequate chloride content, salt supplementation is a critical part of a nutritionally balanced diet for animals. In addition, because animals have a definite appetite for salt, it can be used as a delivery mechanism to ensure adequate intake of less palatable nutrients and as a feed limiter.

16. UF/IFAS EDIS Homepage
Printable handbooks from the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences on production agriculture, natural resources and the environment, forestry, veterinary medicine, and rural development. Topics include crops, animals, organics, pest control, food safety, beekeeping, ornamental horticulture, lawns and home gardening.
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EDIS is the Electronic Data Information Source of UF/IFAS Extension , a collection of information on topics relevant to you: profitable and sustainable agriculture, our environment and natural resources, 4-H and other youth programs, Florida-friendly landscapes, communities that are vibrant and prosperous, and economic well-being and life quality for individuals and families.



... Help This page is maintained by EDIS technical staff . Last updated on September 1, 2005 Gainesville, FL 32611

17. National Center For Genetic Resources Preservation
NCGRP conserves genebanks for species diversity of crops and animals important to agriculture, landscapes and environmental sustainability, beyond seed storage using cryogenics. Serves as repository for semen, graftable plant buds or in vitro plantlets, for the US Department of agriculture in Fort Collins, Colorado.
National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service The National Center for Genetic Resources Preservation (NCGRP) conserves genetic resources of crops and animals important to US agriculture and landscapes. Preservation of genetic diversity in ex situ genebanks such as NCGRP is important for conservation of biological diversity and utilization of genetic resources for economic and environmental sustainability. Formerly called the National Seed Storage Laboratory (NSSL), our facility changed its name in 2001 to reflect an expanded mission beyond seed storage. In addition to being a seed bank, NCGRP is a repository for animal genetic resources in the form of semen and plant genetic resources in the form of graftable buds or in vitro plantlets. Genetic resources are preserved using state-of-the-art technology that often involves cryogenics. A research team with cryobiology expertise works to develop cryopreservation technologies. 1111 South Mason Street
Fort Collins, CO 80521-4500

18. Information Systems For Biotechnology
Resources to support the environmentally responsible use in agriculture. Includes searchable databases on development, testing and regulatory review of genetically modified plants, animals and microorganisms worldwide, maintained in Blacksburg, Virginia.
Information Systems for Biotechnology (ISB) provides information resources to support the environmentally responsible use of agricultural biotechnology products. Here you will find documents and searchable databases pertaining to the development, testing and regulatory review of genetically modified plants, animals and microorganisms within the US and abroad. Our relationship to other institutions
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to Agbiotech Web Sites A Practical Guide to Containment Greenhouse Research with Transgenic Plants and Microbes Proceedings: Ecological Effects of Pest Resistance Genes in Managed Ecosystems Proceedings: Criteria for Field Testing of Plants with Engineered Regulatory, Metabolic and Signaling Pathways ISB is funded through a grant from USDA's Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service to Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, USA. More about ISB.

19. Animal Agriculture
Increasing market demand for inexpensive animal products has forced agribusiness Furthermore, many animals live virtually their entire lives in cages or
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Introduction: The Fall of the Traditional Farm
images courtesy of PETA
Currently, nearly all chickens, turkeys, and egg-laying hens are raised under intensive methods. Unless specifically advertised as “free range” or “cage-free,” essentially all supermarket and restaurant poultry and eggs (and any foods which contain them) are products of factory farming. toe clipping to reduce any damage due to fighting under the stressful environment. Fortunately, there are replacements for eggs in baking, in "egg" salad, and even in omelets. Images courtesy of Farm Sanctuary CONTINUE

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