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sources, and explores culturally and ecologically sound approaches to rangeland rehabilitation. Selected case studies are included.

68. Microlivestock: Little-Known Small Animals with a Promising Economic Future. 1989, approx. 300pp. Discusses the promise of small breeds and species of livestock for Third World villages. Identifies more than 40 species, including miniature breeds of cattle, sheep, goats, and pigs; eight types of poultry; rabbits; guinea pigs and other rodents; dwarf deer and antelope; iguanas; and bees. ISBN 0–309–04265–8.

Traditional Fermented Foods. (1990)

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