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HE eighth edition of the book, "200 Eggs a Year Per Hen," is now ready. Revised, enlarged, and in part rewritten, 96 pages. Contains among other things the method of feeding by which Mr. S. D. Fox, of Wolfboro, N. H., won the prize of $100 in gold offered by the manufacturers of a well-known poultry food for the best egg record during the winter months. Simple as a, b, c-and yet it will start hens to laying earlier and to induce them to lay more eggs than any other method under the sun. The book also contains a recipe for egg making food used by Mr. Fox, which brought him in one winter day 68 eggs from 72 hens; and for five days in succession from the same flock 64 eggs a day. Mr. E. F. Chamberlain, of Wolfboro, N. H., says: "By following the methods outlined in your book I obtained 1,496 eggs from 91 R. I. Reds in the month of January, 1902." From 14 pullets picked at random out of a farmer's flock the author got 2,999 eggs in one year-an average of over 214 eggs apiece. It has been my ambition in writing "200 Eggs a Year Per Hen" to make it the standard book on egg production and profits in poultry. Tells all there is to know, and tells it in a plain common-sense way.
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