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Animal Industry in the British Empire (with a foreword by J. B. ORR)

, : Animal Industry in the British Empire (with a foreword by J. B. ORR). Animal Industry in the British Empire (with a foreword by J. B. ORR), Oxford University Press, London: Humphrey Milford., 239. Price: 15s,

This volume surveys the significance, methods, problems and potentialities of the live-stock and dairying industries throughout the British Commonwealth. After discussing, on broad lines, the economic importance of animal husbandry to the British Empire, Mr. Duckham describes the methods employed in the production of live-stock and animal products in each principal Empire country.


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