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" ... an ounce a day, to each hen, during the winter or from the time insects disappear in the fall till they appear again in the spring. Never allow any eggs to remain in the nest for what are called nest eggs. "
The new household receipt-book - Page 320
by Sarah Josepha Hale - 1854
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The golden receipt book

Golden receipt book - 1848
...portion, say half-auounce a day to each hen, in winter, or from the time insects disappear in the fall till they appear again in the spring. Never allow...laying after the production of twelve or fifteen eggs, at they always do when roosters and nest eggs a are allowed ; but continue laying perpetually. Hens...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents

United States. Patent Office - Patents - 1848
...one-half an ounce a day, to each hen, during the winter or from the time insects disappear in the fall till they appear again in the spring. Never allow...hens will not cease laying after the production of 12 or 15 eggs, as they always do when roosters and nest eggs are allowed — but continue laying perpetually....
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The golden receipt book

Golden receipt book - 1848
...portion, say half-auounce a day to each hen, in winter, or from the time insects disappear in the fall till they appear again in the spring. Never allow...laying after the production of twelve or fifteen eggs, at they always do when roosters and nest eggs a are allowed ; but continue laying perpetually. Hens...
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Ornamental and Domestic Poultry: Their History, and Management

Edmund Saul Dixon - Poultry - 1848 - 345 pages
...each Hen during the winter, or from the time insects disappear in the fall, till they appear again in spring. Never allow any Eggs to remain in the nest for what is called Nest-eggs. When the Roosters do not run with the Hens, and no Nest-eggs are left in the nest,...
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Rural economy for cottage farmers, by Martin Doyle

William Hickey - 1851
...ounce a day — to each hen, during the winter, or trom the tune insects disappear in the full time, till they appear again in the spring. Never allow any eggs to remain the nest for what are culled nest eggs. When the roosters do not run with the hens, and no nest eggs...
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Mrs. Hale's receipts for the million ...

Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - Cooking - 1857 - 721 pages
...half an ounce a day to each hen, during the winter, or from the time insects disappear in the full till they appear again in the spring. Never allow...remain in the nest for what are called "nest eggs." Wlnni the roosters do not run with the hens, and no rn^t eggs are left in the nest, the hens will not...
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Rural economy: a treasury of information on the horse, pony, mule, ass, cow ...

Martin Doyle - Domestic animals - 1857 - 156 pages
...ounce a day to each hen — during the winter, or from the time insects disappear in the fall time, till they appear again in the spring. Never allow any eggs to remain in the nest for what are called nest-eggs. When the roosters do not run with the hens, and no nest-eggs are left in the nest, the hens...
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A Treatise on the History and Management of Ornamental and Domestic Poultry

Edmund Saul Dixon, J. J. Kerr - Poultry - 1857 - 480 pages
...each Hen during the winter, or from the time insects disappear in the fall, till they appear again in spring. Never allow any Eggs to remain in the nest for what is called Nest-eggs. When the Roosters do not run with the Hens, and no Nest-eggs are left in the nest,...
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Opportunities for Industry and the Safe Investment of Capital: Or, A ...

A retired merchant - Business - 1859 - 416 pages
...half an oance a day to each hen during the winter, or from the time in»ects disappear in the fall till they appear again in the spring. Never allow any eggs to remain in the nest for what are called ncst eggs. When the roosters do not run with the hens, and no nest eggs are left in the nest, the hens...
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Report of [E. Holmes] the Secretary and Transactions of the County ...

Maine State Agricultural Society - 1853
...one-half an ounce a clay to each hen during the winter, or from the time insects disappear in the fall till they appear again in the spring. Never allow any eggs to remain in the nest for what arc called nest eggs. When the roosters do not run with the hens and no nest eggs are left in the nest,...
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