Second, thoroughly revised (1977) edition of probably the finest guide available for successfully raising small flocks of chickens: how to get started, equipment needed, controlling diseases and parasites, how to expand, and more. Includes an additional chapter, "The Hobby Side of Poultry Raising," i... read more
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Second, thoroughly revised (1977) edition of probably the finest guide available for successfully raising small flocks of chickens: how to get started, equipment needed, controlling diseases and parasites, how to expand, and more. Includes an additional chapter, "The Hobby Side of Poultry Raising," in which the author discusses poultry raising, shows, and more. 53 illustrations.
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