The principles of breeding have remained unchanged over the centuries, which is why PRACTICAL INBREEDING has become such a classic.
Watmough’s chapters discuss the meaning of the word “strain” and inbreeding with birds, animals, alternative methods, outcrossing and taints. To quote the author: “To inbreed correctly demands experience and skill. Correct inbreeding does everything that in the course of this book I shall say it does. Incorrect inbreeding can be more damaging than outcrossing.”
Softback A5 68 pages