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Excerpt from The Poultryman and Pomologist, Vol. 1: Devoted to Practical Poultry and Fruit Culture; December, 1899
Use no dusty litter; shake it in the open air before putting it in the pens.
Place all drink in such a position that the birds can drink freely but so that it will be impossible for them to get wet in it or to moisten the litter in the pens with_ it.
Plenty of grit should always be at hand and green food should be fed carefully, and noting closely its effect.
Occasionally as the exhibition week approaches carefully wash the legs (shanks) of the individuals with Ivory soap. Clean the scales of dirt, anoint with vaseline and wipe dry, taking care not to soil the plumage.
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