Keeping Poultry & Rabbits on Scraps A Penguin Handbook
by Claude Goodchild & Alan Thompson
'First issued in 1941, when the national crisis made it essential for every scrap of kitchen waste and spare time to be used to increase the nation's food resources, this book enabled the meagre official wartime rations to be supplemented in thousands of homes by a regular supply of eggs and meat, at a minimum of trouble and expense...'
'...Keeping Poultry and Rabbits on Scraps was originally reissued in this charming edition after the war, in 1949. Here it is once again, a facsimile edition with all the delightful original illustrations and advice to keep your chickens and rabbitts happy, whether they are in a city garden or roaming in a farmyard.'
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