|Practical Poultry Raising (Peace Corps, 1981, 225 p.)|
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PRACTICAL POULTRY RAISING
Prepared for the Peace Corps by TransCentury Corporation under Contract No. 79 - 043 - 1029
As with any manual, many people have contributed to the development of Practical Poultry Raising. The author is grateful especially to Walter S. Staples, Russ Staples and P.K. Nambiar who reviewed the manual for technical accuracy ant provided encouragement along the way. Peace Corps' Whett Reed oversaw technical aspects of the manual from the Peace
Corps perspective. Many thanks go to TranaCentury's Paul Chakroff, protect manager under whose direction this manual wee prepared, and to Pamela Ball for assistance in coordination. Thanks are due also to Marilyn S. Chakroff who edited, organized and coordinated the final production of this manual and to Linda Guaman for typing and layout.