Storey's Illustrated Guide to Poultry Breeds by Carol Ekarius (Paperback, 2007) Books, Comics & Magazines:Non-Fiction:Other Non-Fiction #forcharity

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Storey's Illustrated Guide to Poultry Breeds: Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys, Emus, Guinea Fowl, Ostriches, Partridges, Peafowl, Pheasants,

Storey's Illustrated Guide to Poultry Breeds: Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys, Emus, Guinea Fowl, Ostriches, Partridges, Peafowl, Pheasants

To fulfill the food demand for growing population, we have to find out different ways of food production. The rabbit known as "Micro-Livestock" can be a great source of food production. There is a great opportunity of rabbit farming in our country. Rabbit needs small place and less food for survival. Rabbit meat contains high ratio of protein, energy, calcium and vitamin than other species of animal.

Anglo nubian goat originated from Great Britain. They are the result of crossbreeding of British and Indian goat breeds. This goat breed is suitable for all types of domestic/commercial meat, milk and fur production purpose.

http://www.raising-chickens.org/poultry-breeds.html

Raising Chickens: Real People With Real Chicken Experience - great site

Stamp: Australorp (Australia) (Australian Poultry Breeds) Mi:AU 4015,Sg:AU 4058,WAD:AU084.13

Stamp: Australorp (Australia) (Australian Poultry Breeds) Mi:AU 4015,Sg:AU 4058,WAD:AU084.13

Stamp: Australian Game (Australia) (Australian Poultry Breeds) Mi:AU 4013,Sg:AU 4056,WAD:AU085.13

Stamp: Australian Game (Australia) (Australian Poultry Breeds) Mi:AU 4013,Sg:AU 4056,WAD:AU085.13

Stamp: Australian Pit Game (Australia) (Australian Poultry Breeds) Mi:AU 4014,Sg:AU 4057,WAD:AU086.13

Stamp: Australian Pit Game (Australia) (Australian Poultry Breeds) Mi:AU 4014,Sg:AU 4057,WAD:AU086.13

The Weirdos of the Chicken World: Silkie Chicken Facts - ImaginAcres

The Weirdos of the Chicken World: Silkie Chicken Facts

The Livestock Conservancy has interesting information about many breeds of livestock including sheep and chickens.  Our chick named Lunichick is doing fine!

The Livestock Conservancy has interesting information about many breeds of livestock including sheep and chickens. Our chick named Lunichick is doing fine!

The Slate turkey has an unknown place of origin, however, there are speculations on how it was developed. There are theories that is was developed from a cross-breed of a Black turkey and a White turkey, though this is unproven with little genetic evidence. Another theory is a cross-breed between a Black Norfolk and an Eastern Wild. The Slate Turkey was recognized by the APA in 1874

Poultry Breeds - Slate — Breeds of Livestock, Department of Animal Science

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