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Written for small-scale poultry producers. University specialists, Extension educators, and agriculture service providers from New England and New York developed this list of Best Management Practices to assist small-scale poultry growers to provide the best of care for their birds, minimize losses due to disease and predation, as well as minimizing the impact on the environment while assuring a high quality, wholesome product for their family and customers.
University of Maine Cooperative Extension
Cooperative Extension - Agriculture
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Brzozowski, Richard; Coffin, Donna R.; and Darre, Michael, "Bulletin 2220: Best Management Practices for Small Scale Poultry Producers in Maine" (2015). Cooperative Extension - Agriculture. 5.
This project supported in part by the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program. SARE is a program of the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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