The structure of Scottish milk production at 1972

this report summarises the main findings of the 1972 Scottish Dairy Farm Census. by Scottish Milk Marketing Board. Marketing Services Dept.

Publisher: Scottish Milk Marketing Board; Aberdeen, Aberdeen and District Milk Marketing Board; Inverness, North of Scotland Milk Marketing Board in Paisley

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ContributionsAberdeen and District Milk Marketing Board., North of Scotland Milk Marketing Board.
LC ClassificationsSF233.G7 S36
The Physical Object
Pagination84 p.
Number of Pages84
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5475708M
ISBN 10090343802X
LC Control Number73179047

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