Agricultural History Series
Missouri State University

 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair

Poultry Rules

The entries for the poultry and pigeon show exceeded any exhibition the world had ever known by about 4,000 birds.

When entries were made they had to include the following descriptions:

The space in square feet required to properly provide for their exhibit.
  • What the exhibit would consist of.
  • Incubators and brooders were accepted with specific size, name, and catalog number.  Catalog or printed matter describing articles were submitted to the Chief of the Livestock Department.
  • Mr. Frank B. White served as superintendent of incubators, brooders, and mechanical appliances.
  • Reference: Farmer and Stockman, October 13, 1904

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