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Study of artificial incubation of Game Birds. I. Temperature requirements for Pheasant and Quail eggs. II. Humidity requirements for Pheasant and Quail eggs



Study of artificial incubation of Game Birds. I. Temperature requirements for Pheasant and Quail eggs. II. Humidity requirements for Pheasant and Quail eggs



Bulletin Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, no. 616: 1-39




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