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Improving Hatching and Brooding in Small-Scale Poultry Keeping

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Series: Agrodok Series Volume: 34
By: Eva Kok(Editor), Janna de Feyter(Editor), Adri Vink(Editor)
80 pages, 27 b/w illustrations, 11 tables
Publisher: AGROMISA
Improving Hatching and Brooding in Small-Scale Poultry Keeping
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This booklet is about small-scale poultry hatching and brooding practices, focusing on successful keeping of the standard backyard poultry flock. The editors have thoroughly revised the previous editions of this manual, creating a whole new version adapted to the latest insights into efficient village poultry hatching and brooding practices. It includes both natural and artificial hatching and brooding, both of which have their due place depending on the farmer's objectives.

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Handbook / Manual SPECIAL OFFER
Series: Agrodok Series Volume: 34
By: Eva Kok(Editor), Janna de Feyter(Editor), Adri Vink(Editor)
80 pages, 27 b/w illustrations, 11 tables
Publisher: AGROMISA
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