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Title: Seventh annual cataloge of Cyphers Incubator Company : manufacturers of the Cyphers non-moisture, self-ventilating and self-regulating incubators, the improved Cyphers brooders and a full line of poultry appliances, also dealers in poultry supplies
Authors: Cyphers Incubator Company
Publisher: Buffalo, N.Y. : Cyphers Incubator Company
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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, hatching hun-dreds «if strong, healthy chicks, andthe three Style A Brooders you sent mehave proved a perfect success in raisingthem, I hatched tiO per cent, of allthe eggs |>ut in the incu-bators, or 7i per cent, ofall fertile eggs—sometimeshigher, but that was theaverage. Tuire this year Igave a Cyphers to personswho had never seen an incu-bator, and they hatched alarge number of finechicks. The regulator onthe Cyphers is the best inexistence; that is the rea-son beginners can operatethe Cyphers without trou-ble. I never saw anotherincubator that was in fact anon-moisture machine. Itis a pleasure to me to re-commend the Cyphers—amachine that has done somuch for the poultry busi-ness. The Cyphers will bethe incubator used by allprogressive poultrymen inthe Netherlands.Very truly yours, J. YV. PLANTEN. Secretarv Dutch UtilityPoultry Club. P. S.—I send you, underseparate cover, a photo ofa Cyphers Incubator on abreeding station of theDutch Utility Poultry Clubat Amersfoort.
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I Filled the Incubatorwith Pheasant Eggs. VILLA BELLAGIO, Brummen, Holland, Oct. 28, 1901.Cyphers Incubator Company, Buffalo, N. Y., U. S. A. Gentlemen.—I am pleased to make the following statement:Having rejected different makes of incubators on account of thedifficulty in regulating the temperature, we concluded tohatch again with hens, and had fairly good results, but with theusual accidents and misfortunes until Mr. J. YV. Planten ofSteenderen tried to convince us of the superiority of your incu-bator We purchased a Cyphers and hatched a good percentageof chickens without the least trouble in regulating this machine.After the first trial I tilled the incubator with pheasant eggs, andnotwithstanding the season was far advanced, it being in thelatter half of June, all the fertilized eggs hatched, and the youngpheasants grew up splendidly, and are as healthy and vigorous asthe older ones. Yours truly, C. J. VAN MA RLE. Cyphers Incubator in use by members of DutchUtility Poultry Clu
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