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The Resource Eco-horsekeeping : over 100 budget-friendly ways you and your horse can save the planet, Lucinda Dyer ; foreword by Rebecca Minard

Eco-horsekeeping : over 100 budget-friendly ways you and your horse can save the planet, Lucinda Dyer ; foreword by Rebecca Minard

Label
Eco-horsekeeping : over 100 budget-friendly ways you and your horse can save the planet
Title
Eco-horsekeeping
Title remainder
over 100 budget-friendly ways you and your horse can save the planet
Statement of responsibility
Lucinda Dyer ; foreword by Rebecca Minard
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1947-
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Dyer, Lucinda
Dewey number
636.1/083
Index
index present
LC call number
SF285
LC item number
.D94 2008
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Horses
  • Horses
  • Environmental protection
Target audience
adult
Label
Eco-horsekeeping : over 100 budget-friendly ways you and your horse can save the planet, Lucinda Dyer ; foreword by Rebecca Minard
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Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 2
  • 26
  • Rely on Your Feathered Friends
  • 28
  • Green in the Real World: A Year at an (Almost) Zero Carbon Hoofprint Barn
  • 31
  • 13 Tips for a Greener Horse
  • 37
  • Choose Green Horsekeeping Products
  • 38
  • 1
  • Use Your Imagination: Create "Reuses"
  • Examine Product Labels
  • 39
  • 2
  • Use Shampoos and Conditioners that Are Kind to Your Horse and the Local Fish and Wildlife
  • 39
  • 3
  • Prepare Your Own Nontoxic Flyspray
  • 40
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: How to Choose and Use Products that Are Safe for your Horse
  • 42
  • 4
  • 4
  • Consider the Benefits of Herbal Remedies, Essential Oils, and Flower Essences
  • 44
  • Green in the Real World: Feeling Natural (and Sustainable) at Equilite TM
  • 45
  • 5
  • Think about the Before-and-After of Product Packaging
  • 46
  • Green in the Real World: The SmartPak TM Environmental Program
  • 47
  • Green in the Real World: How Recycled Grain Bags Helped One Animal Shelter Continue its Mission
  • Green Your Tack and Equipment
  • 48
  • 6
  • Buy Gently Used
  • 49
  • 7
  • Stream-Friendly Laundry
  • 49
  • 8
  • Make Your Whites Whiter with Non-Chlorine Bleach
  • 5
  • 50
  • 9
  • Give Your Wooden Tack Trunk an Eco-Friendly Shine
  • 51
  • Ultimate Recycling Program: Equine Adoption and Foster Care
  • 51
  • 10
  • Save an Ex-Racehorse
  • 52
  • 11
  • 3
  • Rescue a PMU Mare or Foal
  • 53
  • 12
  • Give a Home to a "Pasture Pal"
  • 54
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: Jen Reid's Tips for Adopting a "Pasture Pal"
  • 54
  • 13
  • Become a Foster Parent
  • 57
  • Buy Recycled Paper Products for the Barn Bathroom and Tack Room
  • 15 Tips for a Greener Rider
  • 61
  • Reduce Rider-Related Waste
  • 62
  • 1
  • Clean Out Your Mailbox
  • 62
  • 2
  • Renew Online
  • 62
  • 5
  • 3
  • No More Bottled Water!
  • 63
  • Green in the Real World: 4-H for the Planet
  • 64
  • 4
  • Consider a Cloth Shopping Bag
  • 65
  • Green Garments and Gear
  • 65
  • Green in the Real World: Nothing Equine Goes to Waste in San Juan Capistrano, California
  • 5
  • Buy Gently Used
  • 66
  • 6
  • Organize a Swap Meet
  • 66
  • Green in the Real World: The Winter Weeknight Switch-n-Bitch
  • 67
  • 7
  • Recycle Fleece-Wear
  • 6
  • 67
  • 8
  • Resole Boots and Clogs
  • 68
  • 9
  • Give That Grimy Pair of Running Shoes You Wear to the Barn a New Life
  • 68
  • 10
  • Donate Clothes and Boots to Riders in Need
  • 68
  • 26 Tips for a Greener Barn
  • 4
  • Green in the Real World: Green as g.r.a.s.s.
  • 69
  • 11
  • Wear Organic Only
  • 69
  • Green in the Real World: The Ariat R Alternative
  • 70
  • 12
  • Dry Clean with Caution
  • 70
  • New Life for Old Ribbons
  • 13
  • Shine Boots the Natural Way
  • 71
  • Health-Conscious Personal Products
  • 71
  • 14
  • Make Certain Your Sunscreen is Both Safe and Effective
  • 71
  • 15
  • Go Deet-Free
  • 8
  • 72
  • 23 Tips for Reducing Your Carbon Hoofprint on the Road and at Shows and Events
  • 75
  • On the Road
  • 75
  • 1
  • Horsepool
  • 76
  • 2
  • Monitor Your Mileage
  • Earth-Friendly Cleaning
  • 76
  • 3
  • Keep Your Engine Properly Tuned
  • 76
  • 4
  • Replace a Faulty Oxygen Sensor
  • 77
  • 5
  • Replace a Clogged Air Filter
  • 77
  • 8
  • 6
  • Keep Your Tires Properly Inflated
  • 77
  • 7
  • Get an Alignment
  • 77
  • 8
  • Buy Low-Rolling-Resistance (LRR) Tires
  • 78
  • 9
  • 5
  • Use the Recommended Grade of Motor Oil
  • 78
  • 10
  • Drive Sensibly
  • 78
  • 11
  • Slow Down
  • 78
  • 12
  • Don't "Top Off" Your Tank
  • Green-Clean the Barn Bathroom
  • 78
  • 13
  • Use Cruise Control
  • 78
  • 14
  • Use Overdrive Gears
  • 79
  • 15
  • Use Your GPS
  • 79
  • 8
  • 16
  • Don't Be a "Puffer"
  • 79
  • 17
  • Be a Gas Price-Shopper
  • 80
  • 18
  • Seek Alternative Fuel
  • 80
  • Taking Your Eco-Consciousness Along to Shows and Events
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: How "Toxic" Is Your Barn?
  • 80
  • 19
  • Don't Leave Your Trash Behind
  • 81
  • tGreen in the Real World: Going "Eco" at the Wayne DuPage Horse Trials
  • 81
  • 20
  • Use Pedal and Sun Power
  • 83
  • 21
  • 9
  • Don't Be a Water Hog
  • 84
  • 22
  • Be a Low-Energy Motel/Hotel Guest
  • 84
  • 23
  • Lobby for Recycling
  • 84
  • Green in the Real World: Recycling at Chaps 'N Breeches
  • 84
  • 1
  • 6
  • 25 Tips for a Greener Farm
  • 87
  • Learn from the Environmental Experts-for Free!
  • 87
  • 1
  • Customized Conservation
  • 88
  • 2
  • University Connections
  • 89
  • Discover the Power of Plain Old Baking Soda
  • 3
  • Getting the Government Involved
  • 89
  • First Priority: All Things Manure
  • 90
  • 4
  • Stop: Don't Spread That Fresh Manure!
  • 90
  • 5
  • Composing Key
  • 12
  • 91
  • Green in the Real World: Manure, and the 2008 Olympics
  • 93
  • Green in the Real World: Recycling Compost to Friends and Neighbors
  • 100
  • Simple Ways to "Greener" Pastures
  • 101
  • 6
  • Soil Test before You Fertilize
  • 102
  • 7
  • 7
  • Control Weeds
  • 102
  • 8
  • Drag Pastures to Redistribute Manure
  • 103
  • 9
  • Rotate Turnout
  • 103
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: Handling Pesticides like a Pro
  • Give Windows and Glass a Vinegar-and-Water Wash
  • 104
  • 10
  • Make War on Mud
  • 106
  • Water: A Precious Resource
  • 106
  • 11
  • Harvesting Rainwater-The Facts
  • 107
  • Green in the Real World: Rainwater Harvesting at Clearwater Farm
  • 12
  • 108
  • Power of Alternative Energy
  • 113
  • 12
  • Going Solar
  • 113
  • Green in the Real World: Warming a Cold Indoor with Passive Solar Power
  • 116
  • 13
  • Harnessing the Wind
  • 8
  • 117
  • Green in the Real World: Sustainability Tips for the Horse World from Equine Journal
  • 123
  • Getting Around the Farm
  • 125
  • 14
  • Trucks That Don't Need a Trip to the Gas Pump
  • 125
  • Make Your Farm Wildlife-Friendly
  • 125
  • Keep Your Horse Troughs Clean with Goldfish
  • 15
  • Get Help
  • 126
  • 16
  • Give Your Feathered Friends a Place to Rest
  • 126
  • 17
  • Encourage Your Wild Neighbors
  • 127
  • 18
  • 12
  • Go Native
  • 127
  • 19
  • Don't Discriminate against Slithering Sorts
  • 127
  • Green in the Real World: Going Wild at Quailwood Farm
  • 127
  • Protect Your Land from Development
  • 130
  • 20
  • 9
  • Keep Trails Open to Equestrians
  • 130
  • 21
  • Get Involved in Land Use Planning
  • 131
  • 22
  • Know Your Zoning
  • 131
  • 23
  • Buy the Development Rights
  • Let's Talk Trash
  • Lose the Gas-Powered Leaf Blower
  • 132
  • 24
  • Work with Your Local Land Trust
  • 132
  • 25
  • Rest Easy with a Conservation Easement
  • 132
  • 12 Tips for Greener Farm Dogs and Barn Cats
  • 137
  • A Sensible First Step: Give Your Barn a Pet "Safety Check"
  • 14
  • 138
  • 1
  • Store Antifreeze Out of Harm's Way
  • 138
  • 2
  • Ban Rat and Mouse Bait
  • 139
  • 3
  • Promote Proper Storage of Medication and Supplements
  • 139
  • Simple Ways to Green Your Energy Use
  • 4
  • Invest in Dog-Proof Containers
  • 139
  • 5
  • Check Car Engines for Sleeping Cats
  • 139
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: Hoof Treats and Manure Cookies
  • 140
  • Reduce the Number of Unwanted Dogs and Cats
  • 140
  • 15
  • 6
  • Control Population Growth
  • 141
  • 7
  • "Recycle" Your Next Pet
  • 141
  • Try Organic and Green Petkeeping Practices
  • 141
  • 8
  • No More Junk Food!
  • 10
  • 141
  • 9
  • Make Your Own Natural Dog Biscuits
  • 142
  • 10
  • Look for Eco-Friendly Toys, Accessories, and Petkeeping Products
  • 143
  • 11
  • Use All Natural Homemade Dog Shampoo
  • 144
  • Replace Incandescent Light Bulbs with Compact Fluorescents (CFLs)
  • 12
  • Use Caution when Applying Flea and Tick Treatment
  • 145
  • Green in the Real World: Cleaning up Pet Products with GreenPaws
  • 147
  • 15
  • 11
  • Use Rechargeable Batteries
  • 16
  • 2
  • 12
  • Keep Tabs on the Water Heater
  • 16
  • 13
  • Go Tankless
  • 16
  • 14
  • Moderate Use of Heated Water Buckets and Tanks
  • 16
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: Creating a Barn that Puts Horses First
  • 1
  • 17
  • 15
  • Let the Summer Sun Cool Your Barn
  • 20
  • Thinking Twice before Wasting Water
  • 21
  • 16
  • Become Conservation-Conscious
  • 22
  • 17
  • Become a Recycling Know-it-All p2
  • Lose the Drip
  • 23
  • 18
  • Go Low-Flow
  • 23
  • 19
  • Reuse Water Whenever Possible
  • 23
  • 20
  • Install a Toilet with Choices
  • Green in the Real World: Setting an Example at Spring Valley Equestrian Center
  • 23
  • 21
  • Update the Barn Washing Machine
  • 24
  • 22
  • Hook up a Rain Barrel
  • 24
  • Pest Control the Natural Way
  • 24
  • 23
  • 3
  • Banish Bugs with Small Flying Creatures
  • 24
  • 24
  • Invite Bats to Board at Your Barn
  • 25
  • 25
  • Wage War Naturally on the Dreaded Horsefly
  • 25
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: Going "Batty"
  • 26
Control code
ocn262886142
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
152 pages
Isbn
9781570764165
Lccn
2008048339
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
636.1083 D988 ; P ; XX-N ; C0903BT8/C0903BF (CR).
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 262886142
  • (Sirsi) 262886142
  • (OCoLC)262886142
Label
Eco-horsekeeping : over 100 budget-friendly ways you and your horse can save the planet, Lucinda Dyer ; foreword by Rebecca Minard
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 2
  • 26
  • Rely on Your Feathered Friends
  • 28
  • Green in the Real World: A Year at an (Almost) Zero Carbon Hoofprint Barn
  • 31
  • 13 Tips for a Greener Horse
  • 37
  • Choose Green Horsekeeping Products
  • 38
  • 1
  • Use Your Imagination: Create "Reuses"
  • Examine Product Labels
  • 39
  • 2
  • Use Shampoos and Conditioners that Are Kind to Your Horse and the Local Fish and Wildlife
  • 39
  • 3
  • Prepare Your Own Nontoxic Flyspray
  • 40
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: How to Choose and Use Products that Are Safe for your Horse
  • 42
  • 4
  • 4
  • Consider the Benefits of Herbal Remedies, Essential Oils, and Flower Essences
  • 44
  • Green in the Real World: Feeling Natural (and Sustainable) at Equilite TM
  • 45
  • 5
  • Think about the Before-and-After of Product Packaging
  • 46
  • Green in the Real World: The SmartPak TM Environmental Program
  • 47
  • Green in the Real World: How Recycled Grain Bags Helped One Animal Shelter Continue its Mission
  • Green Your Tack and Equipment
  • 48
  • 6
  • Buy Gently Used
  • 49
  • 7
  • Stream-Friendly Laundry
  • 49
  • 8
  • Make Your Whites Whiter with Non-Chlorine Bleach
  • 5
  • 50
  • 9
  • Give Your Wooden Tack Trunk an Eco-Friendly Shine
  • 51
  • Ultimate Recycling Program: Equine Adoption and Foster Care
  • 51
  • 10
  • Save an Ex-Racehorse
  • 52
  • 11
  • 3
  • Rescue a PMU Mare or Foal
  • 53
  • 12
  • Give a Home to a "Pasture Pal"
  • 54
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: Jen Reid's Tips for Adopting a "Pasture Pal"
  • 54
  • 13
  • Become a Foster Parent
  • 57
  • Buy Recycled Paper Products for the Barn Bathroom and Tack Room
  • 15 Tips for a Greener Rider
  • 61
  • Reduce Rider-Related Waste
  • 62
  • 1
  • Clean Out Your Mailbox
  • 62
  • 2
  • Renew Online
  • 62
  • 5
  • 3
  • No More Bottled Water!
  • 63
  • Green in the Real World: 4-H for the Planet
  • 64
  • 4
  • Consider a Cloth Shopping Bag
  • 65
  • Green Garments and Gear
  • 65
  • Green in the Real World: Nothing Equine Goes to Waste in San Juan Capistrano, California
  • 5
  • Buy Gently Used
  • 66
  • 6
  • Organize a Swap Meet
  • 66
  • Green in the Real World: The Winter Weeknight Switch-n-Bitch
  • 67
  • 7
  • Recycle Fleece-Wear
  • 6
  • 67
  • 8
  • Resole Boots and Clogs
  • 68
  • 9
  • Give That Grimy Pair of Running Shoes You Wear to the Barn a New Life
  • 68
  • 10
  • Donate Clothes and Boots to Riders in Need
  • 68
  • 26 Tips for a Greener Barn
  • 4
  • Green in the Real World: Green as g.r.a.s.s.
  • 69
  • 11
  • Wear Organic Only
  • 69
  • Green in the Real World: The Ariat R Alternative
  • 70
  • 12
  • Dry Clean with Caution
  • 70
  • New Life for Old Ribbons
  • 13
  • Shine Boots the Natural Way
  • 71
  • Health-Conscious Personal Products
  • 71
  • 14
  • Make Certain Your Sunscreen is Both Safe and Effective
  • 71
  • 15
  • Go Deet-Free
  • 8
  • 72
  • 23 Tips for Reducing Your Carbon Hoofprint on the Road and at Shows and Events
  • 75
  • On the Road
  • 75
  • 1
  • Horsepool
  • 76
  • 2
  • Monitor Your Mileage
  • Earth-Friendly Cleaning
  • 76
  • 3
  • Keep Your Engine Properly Tuned
  • 76
  • 4
  • Replace a Faulty Oxygen Sensor
  • 77
  • 5
  • Replace a Clogged Air Filter
  • 77
  • 8
  • 6
  • Keep Your Tires Properly Inflated
  • 77
  • 7
  • Get an Alignment
  • 77
  • 8
  • Buy Low-Rolling-Resistance (LRR) Tires
  • 78
  • 9
  • 5
  • Use the Recommended Grade of Motor Oil
  • 78
  • 10
  • Drive Sensibly
  • 78
  • 11
  • Slow Down
  • 78
  • 12
  • Don't "Top Off" Your Tank
  • Green-Clean the Barn Bathroom
  • 78
  • 13
  • Use Cruise Control
  • 78
  • 14
  • Use Overdrive Gears
  • 79
  • 15
  • Use Your GPS
  • 79
  • 8
  • 16
  • Don't Be a "Puffer"
  • 79
  • 17
  • Be a Gas Price-Shopper
  • 80
  • 18
  • Seek Alternative Fuel
  • 80
  • Taking Your Eco-Consciousness Along to Shows and Events
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: How "Toxic" Is Your Barn?
  • 80
  • 19
  • Don't Leave Your Trash Behind
  • 81
  • tGreen in the Real World: Going "Eco" at the Wayne DuPage Horse Trials
  • 81
  • 20
  • Use Pedal and Sun Power
  • 83
  • 21
  • 9
  • Don't Be a Water Hog
  • 84
  • 22
  • Be a Low-Energy Motel/Hotel Guest
  • 84
  • 23
  • Lobby for Recycling
  • 84
  • Green in the Real World: Recycling at Chaps 'N Breeches
  • 84
  • 1
  • 6
  • 25 Tips for a Greener Farm
  • 87
  • Learn from the Environmental Experts-for Free!
  • 87
  • 1
  • Customized Conservation
  • 88
  • 2
  • University Connections
  • 89
  • Discover the Power of Plain Old Baking Soda
  • 3
  • Getting the Government Involved
  • 89
  • First Priority: All Things Manure
  • 90
  • 4
  • Stop: Don't Spread That Fresh Manure!
  • 90
  • 5
  • Composing Key
  • 12
  • 91
  • Green in the Real World: Manure, and the 2008 Olympics
  • 93
  • Green in the Real World: Recycling Compost to Friends and Neighbors
  • 100
  • Simple Ways to "Greener" Pastures
  • 101
  • 6
  • Soil Test before You Fertilize
  • 102
  • 7
  • 7
  • Control Weeds
  • 102
  • 8
  • Drag Pastures to Redistribute Manure
  • 103
  • 9
  • Rotate Turnout
  • 103
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: Handling Pesticides like a Pro
  • Give Windows and Glass a Vinegar-and-Water Wash
  • 104
  • 10
  • Make War on Mud
  • 106
  • Water: A Precious Resource
  • 106
  • 11
  • Harvesting Rainwater-The Facts
  • 107
  • Green in the Real World: Rainwater Harvesting at Clearwater Farm
  • 12
  • 108
  • Power of Alternative Energy
  • 113
  • 12
  • Going Solar
  • 113
  • Green in the Real World: Warming a Cold Indoor with Passive Solar Power
  • 116
  • 13
  • Harnessing the Wind
  • 8
  • 117
  • Green in the Real World: Sustainability Tips for the Horse World from Equine Journal
  • 123
  • Getting Around the Farm
  • 125
  • 14
  • Trucks That Don't Need a Trip to the Gas Pump
  • 125
  • Make Your Farm Wildlife-Friendly
  • 125
  • Keep Your Horse Troughs Clean with Goldfish
  • 15
  • Get Help
  • 126
  • 16
  • Give Your Feathered Friends a Place to Rest
  • 126
  • 17
  • Encourage Your Wild Neighbors
  • 127
  • 18
  • 12
  • Go Native
  • 127
  • 19
  • Don't Discriminate against Slithering Sorts
  • 127
  • Green in the Real World: Going Wild at Quailwood Farm
  • 127
  • Protect Your Land from Development
  • 130
  • 20
  • 9
  • Keep Trails Open to Equestrians
  • 130
  • 21
  • Get Involved in Land Use Planning
  • 131
  • 22
  • Know Your Zoning
  • 131
  • 23
  • Buy the Development Rights
  • Let's Talk Trash
  • Lose the Gas-Powered Leaf Blower
  • 132
  • 24
  • Work with Your Local Land Trust
  • 132
  • 25
  • Rest Easy with a Conservation Easement
  • 132
  • 12 Tips for Greener Farm Dogs and Barn Cats
  • 137
  • A Sensible First Step: Give Your Barn a Pet "Safety Check"
  • 14
  • 138
  • 1
  • Store Antifreeze Out of Harm's Way
  • 138
  • 2
  • Ban Rat and Mouse Bait
  • 139
  • 3
  • Promote Proper Storage of Medication and Supplements
  • 139
  • Simple Ways to Green Your Energy Use
  • 4
  • Invest in Dog-Proof Containers
  • 139
  • 5
  • Check Car Engines for Sleeping Cats
  • 139
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: Hoof Treats and Manure Cookies
  • 140
  • Reduce the Number of Unwanted Dogs and Cats
  • 140
  • 15
  • 6
  • Control Population Growth
  • 141
  • 7
  • "Recycle" Your Next Pet
  • 141
  • Try Organic and Green Petkeeping Practices
  • 141
  • 8
  • No More Junk Food!
  • 10
  • 141
  • 9
  • Make Your Own Natural Dog Biscuits
  • 142
  • 10
  • Look for Eco-Friendly Toys, Accessories, and Petkeeping Products
  • 143
  • 11
  • Use All Natural Homemade Dog Shampoo
  • 144
  • Replace Incandescent Light Bulbs with Compact Fluorescents (CFLs)
  • 12
  • Use Caution when Applying Flea and Tick Treatment
  • 145
  • Green in the Real World: Cleaning up Pet Products with GreenPaws
  • 147
  • 15
  • 11
  • Use Rechargeable Batteries
  • 16
  • 2
  • 12
  • Keep Tabs on the Water Heater
  • 16
  • 13
  • Go Tankless
  • 16
  • 14
  • Moderate Use of Heated Water Buckets and Tanks
  • 16
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: Creating a Barn that Puts Horses First
  • 1
  • 17
  • 15
  • Let the Summer Sun Cool Your Barn
  • 20
  • Thinking Twice before Wasting Water
  • 21
  • 16
  • Become Conservation-Conscious
  • 22
  • 17
  • Become a Recycling Know-it-All p2
  • Lose the Drip
  • 23
  • 18
  • Go Low-Flow
  • 23
  • 19
  • Reuse Water Whenever Possible
  • 23
  • 20
  • Install a Toilet with Choices
  • Green in the Real World: Setting an Example at Spring Valley Equestrian Center
  • 23
  • 21
  • Update the Barn Washing Machine
  • 24
  • 22
  • Hook up a Rain Barrel
  • 24
  • Pest Control the Natural Way
  • 24
  • 23
  • 3
  • Banish Bugs with Small Flying Creatures
  • 24
  • 24
  • Invite Bats to Board at Your Barn
  • 25
  • 25
  • Wage War Naturally on the Dreaded Horsefly
  • 25
  • Advice from the Eco Experts: Going "Batty"
  • 26
Control code
ocn262886142
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
152 pages
Isbn
9781570764165
Lccn
2008048339
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
636.1083 D988 ; P ; XX-N ; C0903BT8/C0903BF (CR).
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 262886142
  • (Sirsi) 262886142
  • (OCoLC)262886142

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