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Hunting and Fishing
Developed by Brother Wilfred Chatalain of the Oka Agricultural Institute in Quebec over the course of of a decade beginning in 1908. The goal of his carefully documented breedings was an "ideal fowl" for Canada, good for both meat & eggs and, with small comb and wattles that would be able to stand the extreme cold. Brother Wilfred, who earned a doctorate in agronomy, was also responsible for developing the two flock method for breeding. Among the breeds used in the crosses were Cornish, Leghorn, Rhode Island, Wyandotte, and Plymouth Rock. Brother Wilfred's preferred plumage was white, and he was not responsible for developing the other varieties.
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All these reviews must be from where it doesn't get cold Review by Bacchus It worked fine outside until it got really cold, like it does in winter in a lot of places. When it got into the teens F, it quit and never came back even though it was reset every day via a timer. Internal program must have been lost and since it was remote by 1300 miles, i couldn't reprogram it.
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