Joy of Chickens Nolan 1981 You’ve got to love when an author is excited about something. Evidently, chickens are this guy’s “thing.” Having been around chickens and hatching chicks, I don’t really feel joy. I feel mostly feel irritated by
Poultry in the Pulpit: Further Revelations of the Vet in the Vestry Cameron 1988 Submitter: Not sure what to make of this from the cover. Holly: This is the memoir of a veterinarian who became a minister. Here’s the Publishers
Wild Pets Leslie 1970 Submitter: We’ve been weeding a lot of animal books lately. The skunk photo is my favorite. Holly: The pictures submitted are priceless. Too bad they aren’t in color! This was great for its time, but there
Hand Feeding Baby Birds Cooper 1979 Submitter: The back cover on this one is especially interesting. He’s trading tongues with a bird??? Holly: For the love of all things holy, what is happening here? Whyyyy would you do that? Birds
No Naughty Cats: The First Intelligent Guide to Cat Training Pirotin and Cohen 1985 Submitter: First of all, 1985. Cover, design, everything is old-fashioned and faded. Second, training your cat to come when called? If you want a dog, get
Wildlife Alert!: The Struggle To Survive Stuart 1980 Submitter: Found in the youth non-fiction section at local public library (small British Columbian town). It was printed in 1980, first acquired/checked out in ’94, and there is a big gap between the
Warning! Not for bunny-lovers! Content may scar you for life! How to Raise Rabbits for Fun and Profit Faivre 1973 Submitter: This book comes from my small urban public library. I am not sure there have been many advancements in rabbit
TV Vet Sheep Book TV Vet 1972 Think of this as DIY manual for the sheep farmer. Evidently, this is part of a series of books on animal husbandry. I am really curious on the TV aspect of this series.