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This is the standard reference book for Vets and Zookeepers.

http://www.merckvetmanual.com/mvm/index.jsp?cfile=htm/bc/cat_tbl_200000.htm

The link is to the "Poultry", chapter, but the remainder of the manual is available, chapter-by-chapter from the left navigation bar.

If you have livestock, or pets, it is worthy of making a bookmark.

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Excellent resource. Another good one is the disease analysis program at:

http://thepigsite.com/

They also have the same for other species.

Cheers

-Walter
Sugar Mountain Farm
Pastured Pigs, Sheep & Kids
in the mountains of Vermont
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