This mini-encyclopaedia includes possibly every abbreviation and term which might be used in a show schedule and at the actual show itself. The various parts of a bird are described in correct technical language and also included are the various expressions you are likely to encounter when discussing the appearance of show birds with fellow exhibitors and judges.
Attention is given to the most common ailments and complaints in poultry, recommended the modern cure or preventative and included some reliable old fashioned remedies.
Also covered are the main principles of general poultry, husbandry, accidents to poultry, incubation and good health, all titles being listed in alphabetical order for easy location, interrupted occasionally with light hearted experiences of ourselves and friends, recalled from the past fifty years.
The book contains 80 pages with illustrations and pictures both in black and white and colour.