National Geographic April 1927


The Races of Domestic Fowl
From white leghorns to such exotic cousins as the triple- penciled dark brahma, poultry is part of human civilization. A colorful catalog describes breeds around the world.
Farmers Since the Days of Noah: China’s Remarkable System of Agriculture Has Kept Alive the Densest Population in the World
Chinese farmers owe their high yields to careful maintenance of the fertile soil, the use of every inch of cultivatable soil, and judicious use of natural fertilizers.
America’s Debt to the Hen
Commercial poultry farms catapult hens and egg output to the forefront of American farm production.

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