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"Everybody reads Everybodys" A National Poultry Publication Devoted to the Best Interests of Poultry and Its BreedersWELCOME 1922 In the previous issue of Everybodys we paid our respects to the year that has just passed and we now welcome the New Year with gladness and with more expectations that it, like its many predecessors, will surpass all…