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Bannerman, M.M. & K.L. Blaxter (Ed). 1969. The husbandring of red deer. Proc. Rowett Res. Inst., Aberdeen, 79 pp.

Baoliang, Zhang. In press. The Domestication of Musk Deer. FAO, Rome, 22 pp.

Bentley, A. & L. Abbey, 1975. The Design of Facilities for a Deer Farm. In: M.C. Downes (Ed) A Deer and Wallaby Farm in Papua New Guinea. Wildlife Leaflet No. 75/8, Wildlife Division, Department of Natural Resources, Konedobu, PNG. p.2-16.

Blaxter, K.L. 1975. Protein from non-domesticated herbivores. In: N.W. Pirie (Ed) Food protein sources. London, Cambridge Univ. Press. p.147-156.

Cappuci, D.T. & W.M. Longhurst. 1972. Rabies in a deer. Calif. Fish & Game 58(2): 141-144.

Chapman, D.I. 1974. Reproductive physiology in relation to deer management. Mammal. Rev. 4(3): 61-74.

Davis, J.W., L.H. Karstad & D.O. Trainer, 1970. Infections diseases of wild mammals. Ames, Iowa State Univ. Press.

Denholm, L.J. Ed. 1979. Deer farming in Victoria: Proceedings of a Symposium: Agricultural Note Series No. 15. Department of Agriculture, Victoria, Australia. 276 pp.

Drew, K.R. 1976. Deer carcass composition. In: Annual Report, Resources Division, New Zealand, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. p.230-231.

Drew, K.R. 1976. The farming of red deer in New Zealand. World Rev. Anim. Prod. 12(3): 49-60.

Drew, K.R. Ed. 1978. Advances in deer farming. 46 pp. Editorial Services Ltd., Wellington.

Drew, K.R. 1980. Invermay deer research. In: Conf. booklet, N.Z. Deer Farmers Ass., p. 43-53.

Drew, K.R. & E.W. Kelly. 1975. Handling deer run in confined areas. Proc. N.Z. Soc. Anim. Prod. 35: 213-218.

Drew, K.R. & M.F. McDonald (Eds). 1976. Deer farming in New Zealand. Progress and Prospects. Wellington, Editorial Services Ltd., 48 pp.

Drew, K.R., P.F. Fennessy & G.J. Greer. 1978. The growth and carcass characteristics of entire and castrate red stags. Proc. N.Z. Soc. An. Prod. 38 pp. 142-144.

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Fennessy, P.F. 1981. Deer, red deer feeding requirements. Aglink 1/2000/3/81: FPP 257. Media Services, MAF, Box 2298, Wellington, New Zealand.

Forman, A.J. & E.P.J. Gibbs. 1974. Studies with foot and mouth disease in British deer. (Red, Fallow and Roe). 18. Clinical disease. J. Comp. Path. 84: 215-220.

Fox, M.W. 1967. The influence of domestication upon behaviour of animals. Vet. Rec. 80: 696-702.

Kelly, R.W. & J.A. Whateley. 1975. Observations on the calving of red deer in confined areas. Appl. Anim. Ethology 1: 293-300.

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Haigh, J.C. 1977. Fallow deer immobilization with fentanyl and a neuroloptic. Vet. Rec. 100(8): 386.

Hartfiel, W. & G. Möhlenbruch. 1977. Fütterung. In: Reinken, G. 1977 p.29-34.

Jones, D.M. 1972. The use of drugs for immobilization, capture and translocation of nondomestic animals. Vet. Annual 1972: 320-352.

Kelly, R.W. & K.R. Drew. 1976. The behaviour and growth of deer on improved pastures. In: Drew, K.R. & M.F. McDonald (Eds) 1976. p. 20-25.

Kelly, R.W. & G.H. Moore. 1978. Reproductive performance in farmed red deer. In: D.R. Drew, Ed. Advances in deer farming. 46 pp. Editorial Services Ltd., Wellington.

Kurkela, P. 1976. Prospects for reindeer husbandry based on grass and silage feeding. Acta vet. scand. suppl. 60: 5-75.

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Mautz, W.W. 1977. Control of antler growth in captive deer. J. Wildl. Manage. 41(3): 594-595.

McAllum, H.J.F. 1976. Animal health and deer farming. In: Drew, K.R. & M.F. McDonald (Eds) 1976. p.15-19.

McAllum, H.J.F. 1977. Some veterinary techniques used in New Zealand deer farming. N.Z. Vet. J. 25(5): 130-131.

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1. Animal breeding: selected articles from World Animal Review, 1977 (C* E* F* S*)

2. Eradication of hog cholera and African swine fever, 1976 (E* F* S*)

3. Insecticides and application equipment for tsetse control, 1977 (E* F*)

4. New feed resources, 1977 (E/F/S*)

5. Bibliography of the criollo cattle of the Americas, 1977 (E/S*)

6. Mediterranean cattle and sheep in crossbreeding, 1977 (E* F*)

7. Environmental impact of tsetse chemical control, 1977 (E* F*)

7 Rev. Environmental impact of tsetse chemical control, 1980 (E*)

8. Declining breeds of Mediterranean sheep, 1978 (E* F*)

9. Slaughterhouse and slaughterslab design and construction, 1978 (E* F* S*)

10. Treating straw for animal feeding, 1978 (C* E* F* S*)

11. Packaging, storage and distribution of processed milk, 1978 (E*)

12. Ruminant nutrition: selected articles from World Animal Review, 1978 (C* E* F* S*)

13. Buffalo reproduction and artificial insemination, 1979 (E***)

14. The African trypanosomiases, 1979 (E* F*)

15. Establishment of dairy training centres, 1979 (E*)

16. Open yard housing for young cattle, 1981 (E* F* S*)

17. Prolific tropical sheep, 1980 (E*)

18. Feed from animal wastes: state of knowledge, 1980 (E*)

19. East Coast fever and related tick-borne diseases, 1980 (E*)

20/1. Trypanotolerant livestock in West and Central Africa, 1980 Vol. 1 - General study (E* F*)

20/2. Trypanotolerant livestock in West and Central Africa, 1980 Vol. 2 - Country studies (E* F*)

21. Guidelines for dairy accounting, 1980 (E*)

22. Recursos genéticos animales en América Latina, 1981 (S*)

23. Disease control in semen and embryos (E* F* S*)

24. Animal genetic resources - conservation and management, 1981 (E*)

25. Reproductive efficiency in cattle, 1982 (E*)

26. Camels and camel milk, 1982 (E*)

27. Deer farming, 1982 (E*)

28. Feed from animal wastes: feeding manual, 1982 (E*)

29. Echinococcosis/hydaticosis surveillance, prevention and control: FAO/UNEP/WHO guidelines, 1982 (E*)

30. Sheep and goat breeds of India, 1982 (E*)

31. Hormones in animal production, 1982 (E*)


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