My local vet gave me a copy of this amazing book! Based on the wording, content, the title, and my veterinarian, it's at the vet level. It's been interesting reading what this book contains. Sometimes I have to reread a certain spot a couple times for me to understand it. So far I've been able to understand most of it. A few parts it mentions peafowl specifically but other parts it refers to poultry in general. It gets very specific which is awesome! It has 3 sections and 21 chapters. The three sections are: General Information, Medicine and Surgery, and Diagnostics, Drugs, and Vaccines. Chapters are: Laws and Regulations Governing Backyard Poultry in the United States, Common Breeds of Backyard Poultry, Basic Housing and Management, Anseriforme Husbandry and Management, Backyard Poultry Nutrition, Parasitic Diseases, Physical Examination, Anatomy, and Physiology, Biosecurity and Zoonotic Diseases, Avian Influenza and Viscerotropic Velogenic (Exotic) Newcastle Disease, Respiratory Disease, Musculoskeletal Diseases, Dermatological Diseases, Reproductive Diseases, Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Disease, Cardiovascular Disease, Soft Tissue Surgery, Egg Diagnostics, Diagnostic Lab Sampling, Interpretation of Laboratory Results and Values, Regulatory Considerations of Medication Use in Poultry, and Vaccination of Poultry. At times this book is challenging because I forget this is vet level and it has a lot of Latin in it. So I'm learning a bit of Latin. I'm learning so much from this I will be more use for some things. Unfortunately it doesn't give exact doses because it mainly refers to medicines that are approved which already have the dosages on the label. It does make reference to benzimidazole products to treat most parasites but unfortunately for poultry it requires a vet prescription because they are not approved for use in poultry. Here's a picture of the book.