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STATION STAFF Wu. L. SLATE, JR., B. S.

Director AGRONOMY Wz. L. SLATE, JR., B. S.

Agronomist B. A. BROWN

Assistant Henry Dorsey, M. S.

Assistant AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS I. G. Davis, B. A., B. S.

Economist C. I. HENDRICKSON, M. S.

Assistant ANIMAL DISEASES LEO. F. RETTGER, Ph. D.

Bacteriologist J. G. MCALPINE, M. S.

Assistant CHEMISTRY H. G. FISHER, B. A.

Chemist DAIRY HUSBANDRY G. C. White, A. M.

Dairy Husbandman R. E. JOHNSON, M. S.

Assistant R. C. FISHER, A.B., B. S.

Assistant in Dairy Man'f'g. ECONOMIC ZOOLOGY G. H. LAMSON, Jr., M. S.

Zoologist A. F. SCHULZE, M. S.

Assistant POULTRY HUSBANDRY Wm. F. KIRKPATRICK, B. Agr., B. E.

Poultry Husbandman L. C. DUNN, Sc. D.

Geneticist MARGARET SCHNEIDER, A. B.

Statistician

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7. GENERAL CHANGES IN THE SEASONAL DISTRIBUTION OF

EGG PRODUCTION

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8. CONCLUSIONS

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LIST OF FIGURES

Fig. 1. Variation in annual egg production; nine years' rec

ords.

Fig. 2. Changes in mean annual egg production from 1911

to 1919.

Fig. 3. Annual changes in the percentage of pullets laying

210 eggs per year and more.

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Fiy. t. Annual changes in the percentage of pullets laying

104 eggs per year and less.

Fig. 5. Monthly variation in mean egg production, nine

years' records.

Fig. 6. Comparison of low and high producing pullets on the

basis of monthly distribution of egg production.

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