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" They are too precious for consumption, and too valuable even to be left for hatching to the rude methods of nature. The act of laying has not yet been dispensed with, but as soon as the eggs have been laid the nest is discarded, the parents are " locked... "
Yankee Girls in Zulu Land - Page 135
by Louise Vescelius Sheldon - 1887 - 287 pages
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S. W. Silver & Co.'s Handbook to South Africa: Including the Cape Colony ...

S.W. Silver & Co - South Africa - 1880 - 576 pages
...dairy, and are not sent to market with butter and cheese. They are too precious for consumption, and are too valuable even to be left for hatching to the rude methods of nature. The act of laying has not, as yet, been dispensed with, but as soon as the eggs have been deposited, the nest is discarded, the...
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