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The present system of judging stock: its faults and their remedy. With full description of the different points of Shorthorn cattle.

Author: Alexander Bruce
Publisher: Sydney, Printed by Gibbs, Shallard & Co., 1877.
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Bruce, Alexander.
Present system of judging stock: its faults and their remedy.
Sydney, Printed by Gibbs, Shallard & co., 1877
(OCoLC)590241044
Online version:
Bruce, Alexander.
Present system of judging stock: its faults and their remedy.
Sydney, Printed by Gibbs, Shallard & co., 1877
(OCoLC)612707965
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Bruce
OCLC Number: 30592428
Description: 31 pages illustrations 23 cm
Responsibility: By Alexander Bruce ...

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