Re: scratchin' chooks and vintage research

Lawrence F. London, Jr. (
Sun, 8 Aug 1999 14:43:46 -0400 (EDT)

On Thu, 5 Aug 1999, Jane Sooby wrote:

> >I would strongly suggest you go to the University library and pick up some
> >old books on poultry production. ... The research has already been done to
> >demonstrate the effectiveness of various pasture species in non-ruminant
> animal >production.
> And, I would add, has already been done on many low-input technologies. The
> North Central region SARE call for proposals last year contained a specific
> request for projects that locate data from old research that can be
> utilized in this neo-organic era. If anyone knows of any such projects that
> were funded, why don't you post a message and tell us what you're digging
> up? I also recommend that folks look carefully at the old ag station and
> land grant bulletins and reports from way back when to glean ideas for
> approaches we can use now--or discard as not worthwhile.

The best list of old farming titles I have ever seen is here:
with two pages of bibliography at:
this page contains full text of some out of print books

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