Title: The Farm-poultry
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Subjects: Poultry Northeastern States Periodicals Poultry Industry Northeastern States Periodicals
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : I.S. Johnson and Co.
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tsc»re bird in tlie sliow. and the Ply month IJock loving cnp for the best cock. hen. cockerel, at-d pullet. Our Buff Legrhorns bav* no eauais. and we have proved this by our winnings the past iwo years. We are now booking etrg orders. NVrile for catalogue. Breeders of S.C. White and Huff Leghorns. AVblleand Buff PIvmouih Rocks. J. COUKTXEY PUNDERFORD, Owner. ROBERT DODDS. Supt. t3 ■ Visible Brooder Chickens seen at anv time WITHOUT LIFTING HOVER.NO LOSS OF HEAT; MO EXPOSURE TO COLD. Perfect ventilation. Simple and economical. Send lorfree descriptive catalogue. W. H. SOMERSALL & SON Factory; Hatick, Mass. Office; 24 Mt.Vernon St., Boston SIBLEYS Rose Comb Rhode Island Reds Bred for laying quality, size. shai>e, au^i color. Won first and sweepstakes i>rizes at Deiroit andthicaKo. in 1906 and 1907, iu tlie largest ilassts ever shown in the middle west. Will liave a few year-lings and some young stock for sale. FRANK CHURCHILL SIBLEY, 1032 E. Jefferson St., SOUTH BEND, IND.
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LARGER HATCHES MEAN PROFITS The Universal Regulator will give you more chicks with lesslabor and less fuel. It fits my incubator ; and is the only Regulatoron the market which operates directly from the eggs. Ko adjusting,no uncertainty, no dead chicks in the shell. It has brought success tohundreds of our customers. Satisfaction guaranteed. t^i^-,: TIEffllYHSBLSPECIBITTffl.,PlalllYllle.m. TUTTLES rose comb RHODE ISLAND REDS At Madison Square Garden, 1906. rocks, Isi and SdHens. Isl and 4i hCockerels, .d. 3d and 4thPullets. Isl, 3d, oil and 4thPen, 1st. II 1 FOK HATCUIXG. .SKNO KOK MATING LIST. i e some of the best matin;;s I liavt ever put together. 197 Blue Hills Ave., Hartford, At Boston, 1907. Cock, Ifiliens. Isi, 2d and SdC^wkerels. 1st and idPullels. 1st. 3d. 4ili and SlhPen fowls 1st: pen cluck 1st.Also special for besi K. l.Eed ma!eln the show. ROBERT C. TUTTLE, Conn. Bents Milk Albumen Greatest .ninial Food Known.—Hastens >ro)t, Matures Pullets and -Makes WinterEgKS Ea
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