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TOC and excerpts from the book

Burk Hufnagel
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Fellow Ranchers,
This isn't a question, but I think it's a useful post anyway. I always like to see the table of contents (TOC) for a book but Amazon doesn't list it, so here's a link to the book's page from the publisher:

BTW, in addition to the full table of contents there's also several excerpts from the book available on the same page.


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Ulf Dittmer

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That's good information; I've added this post to the welcome topic.
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