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i there all my names jamie and i live in a high rain fall of 700 mill a year so it can get quite wet and i have 50aces of  green grass that i run my beef cows on and i am look four books to read on all thing so if some one can send me a list it would be great
 
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search "reading list" as there are a few threads on this already
 
                            
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Try Joel Salatin's book "You Can Farm". Chock full of good ideas.
 
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