By: Ian Parsonson
296 pages, B/w photos, tabs
Considers the successful introduction of the horse, Australia's first live import, and goes on to explore the role of the acclimatisation societies, the development of the veterinary profession and the control and eradication of some of the major exotic and introduced diseases of sheep and cattle.
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