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By Richard Bartlett, Patricia Bartlett

ISBN-10: 0764111205

ISBN-13: 9780764111204

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

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Because pig manure is a low density nutrient fertiliser source, and costly to transport over long distances compared to inorganic fertilisers, areas with high intensity pig production usually have a surplus of nutrient manure. This has led to an increase in residual pig manure in the environment in these areas, where they can degrade water and air quality and impose human health and environmental pollution costs on society. 3). In pig farming areas the disposal of excess nutrients, principally nitrogen and phosphorus, from pig manure are among the principal causes of pollution of surface water (rivers and lakes), groundwater, and marine waters.

5 3 1 10 3 46 Endangered 2 4 1 14 4 1 1 3 .. 1 2 .. 3 2 .. 4 3 32 Conservation .. .. 4 .. 1 .. 1 .. .. 2 .. 2 1 1 6 .. 14 106 84 22 3 Notes: 1. A breed is categorized as critical if the total number of breeding females is less than or equal to 100 or the total number of breeding males is less than or equal to 5; or if the overall population size is less than or equal to 120 and decreasing and the percentage of females being bred to males of the same breed is below 80%. 2. A breed is categorized as endangered if the total number of breeding females is greater than 100 and less than or equal to 1 000 or the total number of breeding males is less than or equal to 20 and greater than 5; or if the overall population size is greater than 80 and less than 100 and decreasing and the percentage of females being bred to males of the same breed is above 80%; or if the overall population size is greater than 1 000 and less than or equal to 1200 and decreasing and the percentage of females being bred to males of the same breed is below 80%.

2. Average number of pigs per holding in selected countries, 1990 and 20001,2 head 1000 800 600 1990 2000 400 200 Ita ly Sp ai n EU -1 2 G er m an y Fr an c Sw e ed en U ni K ted or ea K in g U ni dom te d St at e Be s lg iu m D en N mar et he k r la nd s Ja p A an us tra lia 0 Notes: 1. For Italy, France, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom year 1997 data are used rather than 2000. 2. 4. Sources: ABARE (2003), APC (2002), EUROSTAT, MAFF (various), Arai (2001), NACF (2002), NASS (various). 3. Average number of pigs per ha UAA in pig farming in selected countries, 1990 and 1997 50 head 40 30 1990 1997 20 10 Sources: EUROSTAT, NASS (various).

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