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An edition of The Campines, silver and golden (1914)

The Campines, silver and golden

their history; their practical qualities; how to mate and breed them; how to judge them; the Campine standards of America, England and Belgium.

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This edition was published in by Reliable poultry journal publishing company, American poultry publishing company in Quincy, Ill, . Buffalo, N.Y.

Written in English

87 pages

This excellent book could easily be regarded as the ultimate Campine Breeder's Manual. Outstanding anecdotes from the heyday of the Campine Breed of Poultry. A must read for anyone interested in rare poultry breeds.

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The Campines, silver and golden

First published in 1914



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This excellent book could easily be regarded as the ultimate Campine Breeder's Manual. Outstanding anecdotes from the heyday of the Campine Breed of Poultry. A must read for anyone interested in rare poultry breeds.

The Campines, silver and golden

their history; their practical qualities; how to mate and breed them; how to judge them; the Campine standards of America, England and Belgium.

This edition was published in by Reliable poultry journal publishing company, American poultry publishing company in Quincy, Ill, . Buffalo, N.Y.


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Library of Congress
SF489.C2 P5, SF489.C2 P5

The Physical Object

Pagination
87 p.
Number of pages
87

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Open Library
OL14189209M
Internet Archive
cu31924003118621
LC Control Number
14021593

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