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Profitable Poultry Production

  • Subject: [cg] Profitable Poultry Production
  • From: Keith Addison keith@journeytoforever.org
  • Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2002 20:11:44 +0900

"Profitable Poultry Production" by M. G. Kains, Orange Judd Company, 1910
"Poultry production is commonly practiced on every farm, but profitable poultry production so far as the farm is concerned, is rare indeed. No one, as a rule, has better natural conditions for poultry raising than has the farmer. It is only a matter of embracing opportunities that is wanting." Kains tells you how -- how-to's, plans, studies, and sound common-sense from long before confinement systems. The plans and drawings of coops and housing systems are a treasure in themselves. Kains was Poultry Editor of the American Agriculturist Weeklies, and author of the classic "Five acres and independence: a practical guide to the selection and management of the small farm", published in 1935 and still in print. Many thanks to Kirk McLoren for scanning this book for us. Full text online.

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