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  2. Top Dairy Stud Built Up On Poor Country

    MANY people were surprised when, some years ago, Sir Frederick Stewart decided to develop a Jersey Stud on the North Shore, in the Narrabeen area. The soil consisted mainly ...

    Article : 822 words
  3. Must Make Up Their Minds

    BRISBANE: Australian Governments, Irrespective of party, had to make up their minds, whether they wanted the dairying ...

    Article : 262 words
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  5. Aid Sought in Cost Of Stock Imports

    ROYAL Agricultural Society of England has approached sister societies in the Dominions and colonies, as well as those of other countries, which are regular buyers of British pedigree stock ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 402 words
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  7. Vic. Production On Down Grade

    PRODUCTION of butter. cheat and milk declined rapidly in Victoria during May, Victorian Government, ...

    Article : 187 words
  8. Disappointed At Enrolments In Dairy Technology Course

    DISAPPOINTMENT at the low demand for enrolment in the Hawkesbury Agricultural College's course for the diploma in dairying was expressed by the principal of the college (Mr. E. A. Southee) recently. Mr. Southee said 50 ...

    Article : 885 words
  9. New Record

    ADELAIDE: A Jersey helfer, Lynbree Favourite Nellie, In producing 569-lb. butterfat, broke the South Australian ...

    Article : 82 words
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    THE New South Wales Dairy Farm Competition, conducted by "The Farmer and Settler," In conjunction ...

    Article : 252 words



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