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Farmer Rummins and His Heifers One thing that should be kept in mind while
reviewing the "old," the "folk," and the "nonscientific" methods of sex selection is
that some of them may actually have had some validity, at least in part. We are ...
It involves a "Farmer Rummins" and his magnificent herd of dairy cattle. Dahl, his
mother, and sister lived near the Rummins farm and, for a time, kept a cow
themselves. When they decided to breed the cow they took it to be serviced by
Rummins' father had been a dairy farmer before him and had passed the
information on to him. "He explained to me," Rummins recalled, "that a cow don't
have nothing to do with deciding the sex of the calf. All a cow's got is an egg. It's
the bull ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ladytaluka - LibraryThing
I read this whole book from cover to cover. That being said, I thought a lot of it was a waste of my time. The author kept saying why his method was better than the other methods out there for sex ... Read full review
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very interesting, I use some of the tecniques explain and combine with others and work, Read full review
Why Should We Do It? Why Shouldnt
Who Does It? What Are the Results?
THE EMERGENCE OF A SCIENTIFIC
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