Electric incubators and science improve pheasant breeding in America.
Full title reads: "Pheasant 'ph' arm".
New Jersey, United States of America.
Science helps pheasant breeding.
L/S of farm buildings. Various shots men collecting pheasant eggs from grassy enclosure. C/U of eggs being gathered. M/S of men taking baskets of eggs into modern barn.
Interior. C/U of eggs being laid out on trays in incubator - "robot mother". M/S of man pulling open tray of incubator to examine contents. C/U of eggs. Extreme C/U of eggs in man's hand. C/U of men opening incubator tray - it is full of chicks. Extreme C/U of baby pheasants.
Various shots of young pheasants pecking about in straw filled enclosure. C/U of adult pheasant. C/U of group of adult pheasants. M/S of man approaching group of pheasants pecking in dusty ground. They all fly up in a panic.