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Standard Varieties of Chickens:

U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmer's Bulletin No. 51


CONTENTS

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2

Exhibition Games

25

Introduction

3

Black-breasted Red Games

26

Plymouth Rocks (ill.)

4

Brown Red Games

27

Wyandottes (ill.)

5

Golden and Silver Duckwing Games (ill.)

28

Javas (ill.)

6

Red Pyle Games (ill.)

29

Dominiques

7

White and Black Games

30

Jersey Blues

8

Birchen Games

31

Brahmas (ill.)

9

Cornish and White Indian Games (ill.)

32

Cochins (ill.)

10

Malay Games (ill.)

33

Langshans (ill.)

11

Black Sumatra Games

34

Leghorns (ill.)

12

Game Bantams

35

Minorcas (ill.)

13

Sebright Bantams

36

Andalusians (ill.)

14

Rose-comb Bantams

37

Black Spanish (ill.)

15

Booted White Bantams

38

White-crested Black Polish (ill.)

16

Cochin Bantams

39

Hamburgs (ill.)

17

Japanese Bantams (ill.)

40

Redcaps

18

Polish Bantams

41

Campines

19

Ornamental Poultry

42

Houdans (ill.)

20

Russians

43

Crevecoeurs

21

Silky Fowls

44

La Fleche

22

Sultans (ill.)

45

Dorkings (ill.)

23

Frizzled Fowls

46

Pit Games

24

Yokohama Fowls (ill.)

47



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

FARMER'S BULLETIN NO. 51.

STANDARD VARIETIES OF CHICKENS

BY

GEORGE E. HOWARD,

SECRETARY OF NATIONAL POULTRY AND PIGEON ASSOCIATION.

UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF

DR. D. E. SALMON,

CHIEF OF BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.

[February, 1897.]



Washington:

Government Printing Office.

1897.

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