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The Treatment Of Fowls








In the rearing of poultry for profit it may safely be stated that dry,
well-aired, warm poultry houses are necessary.

To keep fowls in poorly ventilated, damp, cold quarters is a waste of
time and money, as nearly all diseases of fowls are traceable to
improperly kept poultry houses.

It may also be stated that 99 per cent of the sickness in fowls has its
origin in filth, hence cleanliness is essential in raising good
poultry.

The hen house should be cleaned as often as the barn.





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