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- Sweet Beagle Books (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- 25 Years of Shorthorns
- Potter, Paul
- Book condition
- Used - Near Fine in Very Good- dust jacket
- 1st Edition
- Fairbury Record Print. Co
- Date published
- Cattle Business Industry, Shorthorns, Cows, American Midwest
- Bookseller catalogs
- Non-fiction, Misc; Business and Economics; History, US / Midwest;
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Sweet Beagle Books
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Any book may be returned within 10 days for any reason, with prior email notice, for a full refund of the book's price. Condition of returns must be the same as when shipped. Cost of return postage will be paid by the customer, and book must be packed appropriately so that damage does not occur in the return shipment.
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About Sweet Beagle Books
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