This antique volume contains a practical guide to feeding poultry. Both the scientific and practical facts relating to poultry feeding are presented in this book, and it is intended for the use and edification of poultry students, practical poultrymen, feed dealers, and all other persons interested in poultry feeding. Despite this being a vintage text, much of the information contained herein is timeless, and will be of considerable value to modern readers with an interest in the subject. The chapters of this book include: 'The Feeding Problem'; 'Objects and Principles in Feeding Poultry'; 'Composition of Plants, Animals, and Rations'; 'Measuring the Value of Feeds'; 'Poultry Feeds – Cereals, Seeds and other Mash Constituents'; 'Poultry Feeds – Animal Protein Supplements'; etcetera. We are proud to republish this antiquarian volume now complete with a new introduction on poultry farming.