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    • Hatching Eggs in the Classroom: A Teacher's Guide 

      Powers, Trey G.; Cartwright, A. Lee (1995-07-28)
      Science projects involving eggs and embryos can lay the foundation for studies of the life sciences, introduce scientific methods and promote an appreciation for life. This manual is designed to aid classroom teachers in ...
    • Hatching Eggs in the Classroom: A Teacher's Guide. 

      Cartwright, A. Lee (Texas Agricultural Extension Service, 1994)
    • Incubating and Hatching Eggs 

      Cartwright, A. Lee (2000-04-25)
      This comprehensive guide provides detailed information on how to maintain quality during incubation to ensure a maximum hatch. The information is applicable to numerous common eggs, from canary eggs to rhea eggs.
    • Incubating and Hatching Eggs. 

      Cartwright, A. Lee; (Texas Agricultural Extension Service, 2000)
    • Metabolic regulation of cattle adiposity in different breed types using two disparate diets 

      Chung, Ki Yong (Texas A&M University, 2004-11-15)
      Fifteen steers were used to evaluate the difference of diets (corn-based for 8 mo or hay-based for 12 mo) and breeds (Angus; n = 7 or Wagyu; n = 8) in a completely randomized design with 2 x 2 factorial arrangement of ...
    • Nutrition and Feeding of Show Poultry 

      Cartwright, A. Lee (2003-11-03)
      The championship potential of a chicken or turkey is determined by genetics, but proper nutrition can help an animal achieve that genetic potential. This publication outlines four principles critical to developing a nutrition ...
    • Poultry Q&A 

      Carey, John B.; Cartwright, A. Lee; Davis, Michael; Farnell, M. B. (2007-01-31)
      Why do chickens bob their heads back and forth? How can baby chicks survive without a mother hen? Are fertile eggs more nutritious than nonfertile eggs? Why do chickens and turkeys have white and dark meat? In this publication ...