|Director||Samuel S. Hutchinson|
|Plot||The picture opens with some views of model housing, shows incubator eggs three days from hatching, chickens one day old with some splendid views of California's largest hatchery, having a capacity of 165,000 chickens. The process of feeding and a group of 2,000 expensive white leghorns make interesting diversions. A number of leghorns all of which have world prizes are included. All this occurs in the famous Petaluma district. The scene of action now switches to the Pasadena district, long noted for its tremendous chicken facilities. This district caters to Los Angeles and vicinity and makes enormous shipments eastward. The Anthony poultry plant is a model of its kind. Here we find the finest specimens extant, including barred Plymouth rocks, buff Orphingtons, partridge Wyandottes, white Wyandottea, buff Wyandottes, white Plymouth rocks, black Minorcas, Rhode Island Reds, Light Brahmas, black Langshans, and many others. Other fowl comes in for consideration, too, and some delightful pictures were obtained of White Muscovy ducks, Burt's White Mammoth Pekin ducks. Mammoth Bronze turkeys, a prize-winning Golden pheasant, Chinese, Golden and Ring Neck pheasants, some varieties of Brahma cockerels and a numberless variety of other fowl. The picture winds up with "The Ultimate Consumer," two very happy darkies making the most of a fried chicken.... search for California Poultry on IMDb|
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