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Chickens, Ducks and Bees: A Beginner's Guide to Keeping Livestock in the Garden

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More people are taking the step from growing their own veg to smallholding. This is a thorough, practical and engaging introduction to the livestock you can expect to be able to keep in a garden or on an allotment.
Paperback, 166 pages
Published June 15th 2011 by How to Books (first published February 25th 2011)
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Good for beginners, very basic on ducks. Needs to be edited, lots of errors.
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