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For Farmers Only


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J. A. SCOTT WATSON (Professor of Rural
Economy, University of Oxford)
This evening Professor J. A. Scott Watson is to bring to the microphone Mr. Tom Newman , who is Secretary of the Scientific Poultry Breeders' Association and editor of the well-known journal Eggs. His name is familiar to all poultry-keepers.
Undoubtedly the subject of greatest concern to poultry-breeders today is the increasing incidence of poultry disease. Mr. Newman will give his views regarding the causes of the trouble, and will discuss the changes in system of management and in the organisation of the industry which seem to be necessary in order to raise the standard of health in poultry flocks and reduce the heavy losses that disease is now causing.


Unknown: J. A. Scott Watson
Unknown: Professor J. A. Scott
Unknown: Mr. Tom Newman

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