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No-one should be afraid of trying to rear a few pheasants or partridges - the procedure is not complicated. Experienced people are obviously likely to get better results, but anyone should do well provided they are careful to supply the right conditions and maintain a good standard of cleanliness and husbandry. As the scale of the rearing excercise increases, so does the scope for problems. Large and intensive units can keep rearing costs down but only do so when a high standard of management is maintained.
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Book Description Game Conservancy Trust. Condition: Good. Ex-library, so some stamps and wear, and may have sticker on cover, but in good overall condition. Seller Inventory # Z1-Q-037-02143
Book Description The Game Conservancy. Fordingbridge. (1990) 2006 new edition. 8vo (152 x 215mm). Ppviii,123. Colour and b/w photographs, illustrations. Pictorial laminated boards - issued without a dust-wrapper. Small bump to edges of boards otherwise a very good copy. Contains chapters on choosing a site, broody hens, coops and runs, artificial brooder units, intensive rearing systems, food and drink, hygiene and handling, feather picking and cannibalism, temperature, ventilation, light and bedding materials, methods of heating and everythingto do with preparing the birds for release including wing tagging and leg rings. A highly useful and well informed book filled with many practical guidelines. . Seller Inventory # 47937