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  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Washington State University. Extension; University of Idaho. Extension; Hermes, J. C. (James C.); Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension ([Covallis, Or.] : Oregon State University Extension Service, 2003-01)
    It is imperative that residues of these compounds be eliminated in poultry and eggs or be within the tolerances established by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration when your flock ...
  • Hermes, J. C. (James C.); Oregon State University. Extension Service; Washington State University. Cooperative Extension; University of Idaho. Cooperative Extension System; United States. Dept. of Agriculture; Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension ([Corvallis, Or.] : Oregon State University Extension Service ; [Pullman, Wash.] : Washington State University Cooperative Extension ; [Moscow, Idaho] : University of Idaho Cooperative Extension System ; [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1996-03-01)
    In nature, chicks hatch after 2 to 4 weeks of incubation by the parents, most often the hen. The hatched chicks provide the stimulus to the hen to change her work from incubating eggs to brooding young. This form of b ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Hermes, J. C. (James C.) ([Corvallis, Or.] : Oregon State University Extension Service, 2014-03)
    Guidelines for feeding small flocks of meat-type chickens. Including a discussion of standard versus organic feeds, mixing feeds at home, and alternatives to traditional ingredients.
  • Hermes, J. C. (James C.); Oregon State University. Extension Service; Washington State University. Cooperative Extension; University of Idaho. Cooperative Extension System; United States. Dept. of Agriculture; Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension ([Corvallis, Or.] : Oregon State University Extension Service ; [Pullman, Wash.] : Washington State University Cooperative Extension ; [Moscow, Idaho] : University of Idaho Cooperative Extension System ; [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1995-01)
    The first decision to be made is whether to incubate eggs naturally or artificially. Natural incubation uses a broody hen to incubate eggs by sitting on them in a nest. Broody hens, when available, work best for sm ...
  • Hermes, J. C. (James C.); Oregon State University. Extension Service; Washington State University. Cooperative Extension; University of Idaho. Cooperative Extension System; United States. Dept. of Agriculture; Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension ([Corvallis, Or.] : Oregon State University Extension Service ; [Olympia, Wash.] : Washington State University Cooperative Extension ; [Moscow, Idaho] : University of Idaho Cooperative Extension System : [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1995-01)
    Feeds are formulated and manufactured for chickens to meet their nutritional needs at specific ages and production characteristics.
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Washington State University. Extension; University of Idaho. Extension; Hermes, J. C. (James C.); Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension ([Covallis, Or.] : Oregon State University Extension Service, 1996-07)
    Describes the requirements for incubating eggs, brooding, rearing, breeding, and feeding ratites; most information is based on grower trial and error and is modified from poultry information. Underscores the importance o ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Washington State University. Extension; University of Idaho. Extension; Hermes, J. C. (James C.); Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension ([Covallis, Or.] : Oregon State University Extension Service, 2003-01)
    Hens stop laying eggs for a variety of reasons. External or internal stimuli affect hormone levels, which change the condition of the ovary and oviduct, the organs responsible for egg production. The result of these chan ...

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