1 edition of Historical and Descriptive Account of the Dairying Industry of Canada found in the catalog.
Historical and Descriptive Account of the Dairying Industry of Canada
Canada. Dept. of Agriculture. Dairy and Cold Storage Branch
Written in English
Bound with CA1 DA80 07B11
|Other titles||Dairying Industry in Canada - an Historical and Descriptive Account.|
|Series||Canada Dept. of Agriculture Dairy and Cold Storage Bulletin -- 28|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
Dairy Farmers of Canada, the Dairy Processors Association of Canada, the Canadian Dairy Commission, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, provincial marketing boards, dairy processing companies, cooperatives and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada all work as partners to ensure a strong and dynamic industry. 7. By Nova Scotia had a substantial dairy industry. II produced about 10 percent of Canada's buller and about 18 percent of the country's homemade cheese. Canada, Census, , vol. III, p. 8. James CROlL, Dundas, or A Sketch of Canadian History (Montreal: B. Dawson and Son, ), p. .
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by Ruddick, J. Publication date Pages: Get this from a library. An historical and descriptive account of the dairying industry of Canada.
[J A Ruddick; Canada. Department of Agriculture.; Canada. Department of Agriculture. Dairy. DEPARTMENTOFAGRICULTURE DAIRYANDCOLDSTORAGECOMMISSIONER'SBRANCH OTTAWA,CANADA ANHISTORICALANDDESOUiPTlVEACCOUNT OFTHE DAIRYINGINDUSTRY OF CANADA BY K.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Maps on lining-papers. Description: xxxii p., 1 l., p. 25 cm. Contents: Introduction to the Canadian economic studies --Foreword --Historical background / H. Innis --The development of the dairy industry in Canada / J. Ruddick --Problems of the Canadian dairy industry / W.
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