2 edition of The bull is half the herd found in the catalog.
The bull is half the herd
Elaine S. Tan
Includes bibliographical references (p. 22-27).
|Statement||Elaine S. Tan.|
|Series||Discussion papers in economic and social history -- 46|
|LC Classifications||HD604 .T36 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||2003447289|
The Dam must be registered in the Herd Book or in the herd book of another society, association, or organization recognized by the Belted Galloway Society except a female calf sired by a purebred bull as set forth in 3A above may be out of a dam of 7/8 blood and recorded in the Appendix, or a female or male calf sired by a purebred bull may be. The Charolais Herd Book is run by a board of directors composed of 35 members (33 members are elected within the 12 regional sections and the last 2 members are elected in an advisory capacity). The board of directors meets at least four times a year and every time it is considered necessary, on the initiative of the Chairman.
Title: The Cotillion: Or, One Good Bull is Half the Herd Author: John Oliver Killens Publisher: Trident Press Publication Date: ISBN: Type: Hardcover Condition: Very Good + Jacket condition: Very Good + Edition: First Edition Signed: Signed Notes: SIGNED BY AUTHOR. 1st edition/2nd printing. Signed, "For Eunice Best -- John O Killens " on front endpaper. The Animal Search feature on the NALF-DigitalBeef Platform allows you to quickly look up information on the animal’s pedigree, EPDs, performance data, ownership, and more. Find a member or a breeder using the Ranch Search tool on the NALF-DigitalBeef Platform. Search by Herd Prefix, Member ID, Member Name, or all members from any given state.
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Essentially the bull is half the herd. The sire is likely to produce a high number of calves in his lifetime compared to a cow. A cow may give you 10 or even 12 calves in her lifetime.
The Cotillion or One Good Bull is Half the Herd. New York: Trident Press (). First Edition. Yellow pictorial cloth; dust jacket. Inscribed and signed by author on front endpaper.
Three pieces of ephemera laid in. Minor wear to head and tail of dust jacket with old, inexpert tape mend on verso of its rear panel; very good. Information about the book, The Cotillion: or, One Good Bull Is Half the Herd (Black Arts Movement Series): the Fiction, Paperback, by John O.
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