Notes on Sheds and Equipment for Dryine Hides and Skins

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1950
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The majority of existing hides and skins drying sheds have the following defects: - The drying sheds are too small in proportion to the number of hides and skins to be dried, so that half-dried hides and skins are often removed from the frames to make place for fresh ones. This removal results in putrefaction affecting the prematurely dried hides and skins.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XVI (2), p. 86-89
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