Entering upon a New Experience

There is a fascination about many phases of country life which appeal especially to the city bred, and sharing with others this enthusiasm, I gladly accepted an invitation to visit a poultry farm and observe the hatching process.

All my preconceived ideas upon the subject were far afield. I had fancied that, in the old-fashioned way, the hen broke the shell and instantly a fluffy ball of down tumbled out and began to run about.

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