This text is the seventh edition of a complete and detailed treatise on poultry-keeping in India. It is a practical book on the management of fowls, and includes information on the diagnosis and treatment of disease. The various breeds are described, and the means of rendering them profitable are also dealt with. A thorough exposition of the subject complete with interesting information and handy tips, this is a text that will be of much value to those with an interest in the subject, and is a text not to be missed by collectors of antiquarian poultry and farming literature. The chapters of this text include: 'Pleasure and Profit of Keeping and Breeding Poultry', 'The Fascination of Poultry-Breeding', 'Begin in a Small Way', 'Woman and Poultry-Keeping', 'The Ground Suited for Poultry Rearing', 'Soil', 'Shelter', 'Shade', 'Food', 'Quality of Food', 'Change of Food', 'Quantity of Food', 'Frequency and Regularity of Feeding', etcetera. We are proud to republish this antique book here complete with a new introduction on poultry farming.