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Livestock Guardians by Jan Dohner

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Source: Tower Books

Publisher: Storey Publishing


From Amazon:

"Livestock Guardians is a comprehensive guide for farmers struggling to reduce predation of sheep, goats, and other livestock. Jan Dohner, who has more than 26 years of experience with guardian animals, helps owners understand the keys to effective livestock protection: careful selection of the right guardian animal, proper guardian-livestock bonding, dedicated training, and ongoing problem-solving."

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Yes! We're a year or two from having a farm but I am stoked for this book, especially to know how to incorporate different species of Livestock Guardians! I'm thinking about specializing in heritage breeds and am enamored with the American Mammoth Jackstock Ass (info here—check out those EARS!!: http://www.livestockconservancy.org/index.php/heritage/internal/amj), but I also love dogs and read that asses and donkeys will kill 'em. Looking forward to picking up the book and learning more in time!

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