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I've explained here, just what ten years' research has taught ;
Though 'tis simple, 'tis all scientific —
To gain it, many discouraging times I have fought.
(Follow) Twill make your hens more prolific.
Not only you can get a lot more of eggs —
Less labor, less fret, less toil :
Old hens in the molt, won't have those weak legs;…