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|The Backyard Field Guide to Chickens by Christine Heinrichs|
Whatever your questions are, this book has the answers! The book contains information on more than seventy chicken breeds to help you identify which are best for your yard. Choosing the right bird for you may be influenced by color of the egg shells to meat qualities and these are discussed in the book.
|Bantam Culture by Bruce Catlin|
This book is a guide to the beginner to the world of breeding and exhibition bantam chickens. Hatching, fertility, incubation, feeding, and culling are all discussed. There are also chapters on the processes of entering shows and how judging occurs. Breeding practices are also discussed.
|Black and White Standard Illustrations by Schilling, Burgess, Graham and Sewell|
These illustrations appeared in the APA Standard of Perfection for many years before the creation of the first color APA Standard. The artists who created these illustrations are considered by many to be the best of all time. Many of the longer recognized breeds and varieties of chickens, ducks, and geese are represented with illustrations of both the male and female of the species.
|Breeding and Showing Modern Game Bantams: Making it to Champion Row by Jeff Duguay, Ph.D.|
Written by an ABA Master Exhibitor and Master Breeder of Modern Game Bantams, this book provides everything the exhibitor of modern game bantams will need to know. Not only are the traits in the Standard explained but there are side-by-side picture comparisons of birds that are strong and weak in those traits! Line breeding is what consistent show winners do. Learn line breeding strategies with specific examples of why birds were paired and their resulting offspring.
A Modern needs to pose if it’s going to win in a show. This is where you will find step-by-step instructions on how to train your modern to pose. There’s also information on housing, feeding, conditioning, how to get into to showing, parasites & other ailments and much more! To quote a recent testimonial “It’s like having a personal mentor on your bookshelf.”
|Breeding and Showing Old English Game Bantams: Making it to Champion Row by Jeff Duguay, Ph.D. and Peyton Igo, ABA Judge|
This book is sure to be a Must Have for any Old English Breeder, Exhibitor, or Enthusiast. Information includes:
Descriptions of the traits listed in the Standard with side-by-side picture comparisons of birds that are strong and weak in those traits. Information on housing, condition, and breeding from winning Old English exhibitors and judges including Andy Barnes, Bill Wulff, Frank Reid, Tracy Hill, Kyle Tripp, Shane Morris and others! This is sure to be the most complete and thorough book ever written on Old English specifically for the Old English Game breeder and exhibitor. If you want to understand what the descriptions in the Standard are referring to or want to learn what the winners do in their breeding programs then you NEED this book! To quote a recent testimonial “I learned more by page 22 than I ever expected. Great job! I feel like I have more work to do than I thought, but I feel like I have to tools to make my own choices.”
|How to Raise Chickens by Christine Heinrichs|
An excellent guide for the beginner. Topics covered in include choosing and obtaining stock, housing and feeding chickens, flock health and culling programs, incubation, and incubation of eggs to produce replacement birds. The book also introduces the reader to showing at sanctioned shows and fairs.
|How to Raise Poultry by Christine Heinrichs|
An introduction to the many breeds and varieties of poultry available to be raised by the backyard enthusiast. Topics discussed include selecting the breeds you wish to raise, general animal health concerns, hatching and rearing young birds, and harvesting and selling the fruits of your labor.
|Living with Chickens by Jay Rossier|
The charm of having a backyard flock is an important aspect of this book. Housing, incubation, egg and meat production, and purchasing adult birds are some of the topics discussed in its chapters. The book concludes with a discussion of the important lessons children can learn from raising birds.
|Modern Games by John S. Garrett|
An important guide for the fancier considering raising this particular breed. Its history, suggested breeding practices, and the popular varieties shown are all discussed by the author and other noted breeders. How to train Moderns for the showroom is also covered in the work.
|Old English Game Bantams by Dave B. Sherrill, Jr.|
The history, breeding, conditioning, and showing of the breed are discussed in detail. How to select birds for correct type for the breeding pen and show room are covered by the author. Some of the most noted breeders discuss the more popular varieties of the breed with regard to breeding and exhibiting.
|Pastured Poultry: Feeding and Management 4th edition by Jeff Mattocks|
Don’t let the title of this book, “Pastured Poultry Feeding and Management,” fool you. Yes, there’s information about pasture raised poultry. However, this book is packed with information that anyone with poultry will find useful. It’s packed with common sense information on poultry nutrition and husbandry.
An entire section is dedicated to standard bred birds. Exhibition breeders are sure to benefit from reading this book. It has feed formulas for chickens, turkeys and waterfowl at all stages of their lives. Backyard poultry enthusiasts aren’t left out either. There’s information to help you keep small flocks happy, healthy and productive.
This book is sure to become your “go to” source for information that helps your flock fully reach their genetic potential.
|The Rosecomb Bantam Edited by the American Poultry Association|
A collection of the important articles written about the breed frequently referred to as “The Beautiful Little Aristocrat”. The exhibition of these birds in the United States and in other parts of the world is discussed. The varieties available and breeding techniques are discussed by noted breeders.
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