Press "Enter" to skip to content

Corn Snakes (Reptile Keeper's Guides) by Richard Bartlett, Patricia Bartlett

By Richard Bartlett, Patricia Bartlett

As a part of the bigger sequence, Corn Snakes describes how those brilliantly coloured risk free snakes do good in captivity - if their vendors comprehend the basics of housing, feeding, and basic care. The e-book additionally describes the various subspecies local to either North the USA and Europe. There are nearly 50-75 full-color photographs all through.

Show description

Read or Download Corn Snakes (Reptile Keeper's Guides) PDF

Best pets & animal care books

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel: Your Happy Healthy Pet

Your chuffed fit puppy The authoritative details and suggestion you would like, illustrated all through with full-color photographs--now revised and redesigned to be much more reader-friendly! Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are both at domestic in a fortress or a house, the town or the rustic.

Maran Illustrated Dog Training

Produced through the award-winning maranGraphics team, Maran’s Illustrated advisor to puppy education is a necessary source to quite a lot of readers—from contributors choosing up their first dog to those that want to dispose of their pet’s demanding behaviors. rather than describing the myriad how one can practice every one job, Maran’s Illustrated consultant to puppy education exhibits the reader the way in which, whereas the full-color images and transparent, step by step directions stroll the reader via every one job from starting to finish.

Dog Tricks for Dummies: Portable Edition

Have the main gifted puppy locally! are looking to train your puppy the good methods? This step by step consultant is helping you simply educate your four-legged good friend utilizing optimistic reinforcement. by way of instructing Fido numerous methods — from uncomplicated strikes to extra complicated workouts — you will satisfy your dog's wish to be the superstar of the exhibit.

Extra info for Corn Snakes (Reptile Keeper's Guides)

Example text

CVB, 2005, New Dutch recommendations for horses (personal communication from M. Block) Den Engelsen, 1966. Het gewicht van de landbouwhuisdieren. Veteelt Ziuvelber, 9, 293-310. , W. P. Barlet, 1981. Reprod. Nutr. Dévelop. 21, 1-17. Doreau, M. and S. Boulot, 1986. Evolution of voluntary intake in the mare during late pregnancy and early lactation, effect of diet. In Proceedings. 37th Animal EAAP Meeting, Budapest, Hungary, Horse Commission. Session I, p. 13. , C. Moretti and W. Martin-Rosset, 1990.

Physiol. Soc. Symp. East Lansing Mich.. University of Michigan. Meyer, H. and B. Stadermann, 1991. Energie-und Nährstoffbedarf hochtragender Stuten. Pferdeheilkunde 7, 11-20. , C. Poncet and W. Martin-Rosset, 1992. Effect of feeding level, physiological state and breed on the rate of passage of particulate matter through the gastrointestinal tract of the horse. , 41, 69. , G. C. W. Hay, 1991. Gestional maturation of placental glucose transfer capacity in sheep. American Journal of physiology, 261, 697-704.

The horses are assumed to be in good health, well managed and housed during the winter period. These should be as optimum allowances which cover the physiological expenditure of horses so called net requirements. Exceptions are mares of heavy breeds or light breed devoted to horse meat production or leisure horse production respectively, where a moderate and controlled use of body reserves is assumed during the winter period to reduce the feed costs. In all the situations: optimum, restricted or maximum allowances according to the types of horse production: race or sport horses, leisure horses, horses for meat production, energy and protein allowances are related to the intake capacity and to the amount and ability of body reserves to be mobilised throughout the pregnancy period to meet at foaling a nutritional balance compatible with normal milk yield, and reproductive performances.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.99 of 5 – based on 7 votes