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Document Title Food Policy Committees: Minutes and Papers. Papers 1(40) - 69(40)
Reference CAB 74/3
Date 5th January 1940 - 28th May 1940
Former Department Reference Series: FP(M)

Description

A file of memoranda from the War Cabinet's Food Policy Committee. Subjects covered in the documents include the status of stocks of key food items including meat, dairy, cereals, sugar, and tea; supplies of animal feed, including concerns over rising prices and distribution issues; and the "ploughing-up campaign", which is aimed at turning more land over to agricultural use. Further topics covered include the work of the Ministry of Supply's Salvage Department to tackle waste in the food industry; proposals to introduce rationing for servicemen; and a decision to limit the production of whisky and other spirits due to a shortage of cereals. The documents also cover concerns over the shortage of agricultural labour; and suggestions for various civilian and military schemes to be introduced to address the issue. Suggested sources of agricultural labour include the Women's Land Army, schoolboys, gang labour, the industrial unemployed, refugees, prisoners of war, and conscientious objectors.

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iv Table of Contents Download PDF (1.54 MB)
1 PRINCIPAL FOODSTUFFS. STATISTICAL POSITION OF, IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 1940. Note by Joint Secys. circulating statement No. 2. Imports, Home Production, Consumption of Stocks. Forecast of 5th January 1940 Download PDF (600 KB)
2 FOOD AND FEEDING-STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 8 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Note by Joint Secys. circulating: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in cold store 11th January 1940 Download PDF (492 KB)
3 FOOD AND FEEDING-STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 9 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Note by Joint Secys. circulating: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in Cold Store 18th January 1940 Download PDF (502 KB)
4 FOOD AND FEEDING STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 10 ON SUPPLIES OF: Note by Joint Secy. circulating Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in cold store. U.K. Imports into: Stocks in bonded warehouses in the U.K. 24th January 1940 Download PDF (597 KB)
5 WASTE. ORGANISATION FOR DEALING WITH: Note prepared by Ministry of Supply. Note by Joint Secys. circulating: Collection and Utilisation. Limitation of, by economical use: Local Authorities. Memo. for consideration by: (Enc.) Salvage statement form 25th January 1940 Download PDF (1.19 MB)
6 FOOD AND FEEDING-STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 11 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Note by Joint Secys. circulating: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in Cold Store 31st January 1940 Download PDF (540 KB)
7 FOOD AND FEEDING-STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 12 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Note by Joint Secys. circulating: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in Cold Store 7th February 1940 Download PDF (683 KB)
8 RATIONS. SERVICE (ARMY): Memo. by Financial Secy. to Treasury 8th February 1940 Download PDF (503 KB)
9 WASTE. ORGANISATION FOR DEALING WITH: Salvage Department at the Ministry of Supply. Report upon the Organisation and Work of: Civil Division of the Department. Inter-departmental co-operation. Municipal Salvage. Voluntary organisations. Co-operation of: School children. Assistance by: Industrial salvage. Publicity. Methods of: Conference held on 26.1.40. Notes on: Collection, Royalty interest, publicity organs, press broadcasting, films, advertising, special bodies. Military Division of the Department. War Office, Admiralty and Air Ministry salvage. Army. Salvage from, at home and overseas. Honorary District Advisers. Functions and List of: (Appendix A). Municipal salvage returns for November 1939 (Appendix B) 8th February 1940 Download PDF (1.46 MB)
10 SERVICE RATIONS. Letter dated 6.2.39, from Minister of Food to Financial Secretary to War Office 8th February 1940 Download PDF (615 KB)
11 FOOD AND FEEDING STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT No. 13 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in cold store 14th February 1940 Download PDF (477 KB)
12 SERVICE RATIONS. FINDINGS OF EXPERT ADVISERS OF DEPTS. CONCERNED. Memo. by Minister of Health covering 21st February 1940 Download PDF (332 KB)
13 PRINCIPAL FOOD AND ANIMAL FEEDING STUFFS. STATISTICAL POSITION OF, UP TO 30.4.40. Monthly statement No. 3 by the Statistics and Intelligence Division, Ministry of Food. Stocks, imports, production, consumption 21st February 1940 Download PDF (531 KB)
14 FOOD AND FEEDING STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 14 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in cold store (Refrigerated commodities). Imports and Stocks in bonded warehouses 21st February 1940 Download PDF (579 KB)
15 MILK POLICY. Report by the Official Sub-Committee on Food Policy. Memo. by Ministry of Food. Prices of Milk and products. Report by Inter-Departmental Committee on Food Prices. Introduction. Producers' Prices. Production. Volume of: Milk Fund. Additional Revenue and charges. Northern Ireland. Position regarding 21st February 1940 Download PDF (1.24 MB)
16 FEEDING STUFFS SITUATION. Memo. by Minister of Food. Cereal Feeding Stuffs. Oilcake 22nd February 1940 Download PDF (788 KB)
17 FEEDING STUFFS. SUPPLY OF: Memo. by Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries. True position. Maldistribution. Wheat. Home-grown: Use of: Oil cakes and the Milk supply. High prices. Rationing 22nd February 1940 Download PDF (570 KB)
18 FOOD AND FEEDING-STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 15 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in Cold Store 28th February 1940 Download PDF (478 KB)
19 FOOD PRODUCTION CAMPAIGN. HOME: PROGRESS REPORT. Memo. by the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries. General Situation. Uncultivated or neglected land. Action taken. Man Power. Agricultural Machinery. Fertilisers. Seeds. Feeding stuffs, Oilcakes, Cereals. Livestock Control Scheme. Sugar Beet. Land Drainage. Injurious Animals and Birds: Destruction of. Allotments. War-time 2nd March 1940 Download PDF (897 KB)
20 FOOD PRODUCTION CAMPAIGN. HOME: Scotland. Progress Report for: Memo. by S/S Scotland. General Situation. Uncultivated of Neglected Land. Pests. Allotments. Man Power. Agricultural Machinery. Fertilisers. Seeds. Feeding Stuffs 4th March 1940 Download PDF (526 KB)
21 FOOD AND FEEDING STUFFS. SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: WEEKLY REPORT No. 16. Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in cold store 6th March 1940 Download PDF (486 KB)
22 BUTTER RATION. DESIRABILITY OF AN INCREASE IN: Memo. by the Minister of Food. SUPPLIES. Memo. by the Ministry of Food. Storage Capacity. Sources of Supply. New Zealand, Australia, Union of South Africa, Eire, Denmark, Holland, Argentina, Miscellaneous, Home Production. Long term consideration. Reduction in price. Prospect of: Prices. Ration. Increase in: Margarine. Arrivals, stocks, production, consumption. Estimated: (Apps. I to III) 9th March 1940 Download PDF (1.52 MB)
23 FOOD AND FEEDING STUFFS. SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: WEEKLY REPORT NO. 17. Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in cold store 12th March 1940 Download PDF (552 KB)
24 DISTILLING. RESTRICTION OF: Memo. by the Minister of Food. Reply to House of Commons Question on 28.2.40. (Enc.) 13th March 1940 Download PDF (414 KB)
25 AGRICULTURAL LABOUR POSITION. Memo. by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries and S/S Scotland. Pre-War Position. Ploughing-up campaign. Requirements for: Position since the outbreak of war. Steps already taken of proposed, for maintenance of: Prospects and Possibilities. Future: Wages and Conditions. Improvement of: Further measures to prevent the drift from the Land. Agricultural workers and the Fighting Services. Priority of: Gang labour proposals. Extension of: Industrial Conscription. Measures towards: Accommodation for additional workers. Summary. Labour situation in England and Wales and Scotland, 1929 and 1939. Comparison of: (App.I). Steps taken in peace time. (App.II). Age of reservation. Women's Land Army. Steps taken since the outbreak of war. (App.III) Release of men from the Army. Postponement of Calling Up of Agricultural Workers. Drift of Workers to other Occupations. Irish Labour. 1939 Harvest. Steps taken in connection with: Soldiers for Harvest Work. Volunteers. (App. IV). Gang labour. Women seasonal workers. Industrial Unemployed. Diversion of: Roadmen. Release of: Schoolboys. Schemes for the employment of: Boys. Training of: Refugees. Employment of: Conscientious Objectors. Employment of: Prisoners of War. Employment of 19th March 1940 Download PDF (2.86 MB)
26 PLOUGHING-UP CAMPAIGN. PROGRESS REPORT. Memo. by the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries. County War Agricultural Executive Committees. Summary of information received from: (App.) 19th March 1940 Download PDF (557 KB)
27 FOOD PRODUCTION CAMPAIGN. HOME: PROGRESS REPORT FOR SCOTLAND. Memo. by S/S Scotland. General. Credit Facilities for obtaining requisites. Seed Oats. Supply of, in the Congested Districts. Statement showing the position of the increased tillage campaign as at 14.3.40 for each Agricultural Executive Committee area (App.) 20th March 1940 Download PDF (488 KB)
28 FISH SUPPLIES IN WAR TIME. Memo. by the Minister of Food. Value and quantities landed during periods Sept. 1938 to Feb. 1939, and Sept. 1939 to Feb. 1940. (Annex). Frozen Cod. Present cost 20th March 1940 Download PDF (1.57 MB)
29 FEEDINGSTUFFS. DISTRIBUTION OF: Interim Note by the Minister of Food. Discussions which have taken place since the meeting of the Ministerial Sub-Committee on Food Policy on 26.2.40. Memo. circulated by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries on 8.3.40. Maldistribution. Causes of: Diversion of Cargoes. Inland transport. Dislocation of: Straight Feeding Stuffs. Shortage of: Wheat Offals. Shortage of: Sales by Wholesalers. Direct: Home-grown grain. Non-movement of: The good payer. Sales. Illicit farm to farm: New farmers and defunct merchants. Possible Remedies. General. Compound cakes and meals. Manufacture of standard: Mixed Meals and Grain. Restriction of sale: Wheat Offals. Distribution of: Concentrates. Standardisation and restriction 19th March 1940 Download PDF (1.13 MB)
30 FOOD AND FEEDING STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 18 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in Cold Store. Imports into the United Kingdom. Stocks in Bonded Warehouses in the United Kingdom 20th March 1940 Download PDF (593 KB)
31 DRAFT MINUTES. AMENDMENTS TO: Note by Secy. 18th March 1940 Download PDF (253 KB)
32 RATIONING OF FOODSTUFFS. BUTTER SUPPLIES. SPECIAL REFERENCE TO: Memo. by the Minister of Health 19th March 1940 Download PDF (541 KB)
33 FOOD AND ANIMAL FEEDING STUFFS. STATISTICAL POSITION OF THE PRINCIPAL, UP TO THE END OF MAY, 1940. Monthly Statement No. 4 by the Statistics and Intelligence Division, Ministry of Food. Stocks, imports, home production, consumption 19th March 1940 Download PDF (556 KB)
34 DENMARK. FOOD IMPORTS FROM: Memo. by the Minister of Food 20th March 1940 Download PDF (712 KB)
35 FOOD AND FEEDING STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 19 BY THE MINISTRY OF FOOD, ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Wheat and other cereals. Oilseeds. Stocks in cold store 26th March 1940 Download PDF (448 KB)
36 FOOD PRODUCTION POLICY. Memo. by the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries. Current Production Programme. Aim of: Existing Resources. What can we contemplate with: Labour Fertilisers, Capital 27th March 1940 Download PDF (799 KB)
37 AGRICULTURAL LABOUR. ESTIMATED SUPPLY OF: Note by Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. Labour losses, prior to and since outbreak of war. Requirements. Additional and total for current year. Measures taken or contemplated. Civil Scheme. Women's Land Army. Gang Labour. Industrial unemployed. Boys' schemes. Military Schemes. Complete reservation for agriculture. Agricultural Companies. Agricultural furloughs and Soldier harvest labour. Future Requirements 28th March 1940 Download PDF (606 KB)
38 FEEDING STUFFS. DISTRIBUTION OF: Joint Memo. by Ministry of Food and Agricultural Depts. (F.P.(O)(40)20). Note by Chairman of the Official Sub-Committee circulating: Introductory. Examination of the problem. Plan proposed. Immediate action. Standard compounds. Standard mixed meals and grain. Straight Offals. Deferred action. Rationing. Straights and Compounds. Future policy regarding: Conclusion 29th March 1940 Download PDF (1.12 MB)
39 FOOD PRODUCTION POLICY. Report by the Official Sub-Committee. Comments on paper F.P.(M)(40)36 2nd April 1940 Download PDF (277 KB)
40 AGRICULTURAL LABOUR POSITION. Report of the Official Sub-Committee on Food Policy. Comments on papers F.P.(M)(40)25 and 37. Labour Deficiency. Casual Labour. Regular Labour. Labour a limiting factor. Accommodation for additional labour. Problem of: Observations on proposals summarised in F.P.(M)(40)25. Industry to import its own labour. Fighting Services. Further assistance from: Wage rates. Agricultural: Gang Labour. Military Agricultural Companies. Note by Ministry of Labour and National Service. (Appendix) 3rd April 1940 Download PDF (1.12 MB)
41 FOOD AND FEEDING-STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 20 BY MINISTRY OF FOOD ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in Cold Store 2nd April 1940 Download PDF (465 KB)
42 IRELAND. NORTHERN: Views of Minister of Agriculture for Northern Ireland. Memo. by Home Secy. circulating: Introduction. Tillage Campaign (1939-1940). Tillage Campaign, 1940-1941. Fertilisers. Supply and cost of: Machinery. Payment for: Labour. Derelict Land. Proposed improvement of: Summary 9th April 1940 Download PDF (826 KB)
43 MEAT RATIONS. ARMY: Memo. by War Office 10th April 1940 Download PDF (339 KB)
44 FOOD AND FEEDING STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 21, ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in cold store 9th April 1940 Download PDF (445 KB)
45 FOOD PRODUCTION POLICY. Joint Memo. by Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries and S/S Scotland, commenting on F.P.(M)(40)42 10th April 1940 Download PDF (446 KB)
46 FOOD RATION SCALE Memo. by S/S Air. Waste. Restriction of: Letter circulated to Commands on 9.3.40 13th April 1940 Download PDF (465 KB)
47 MILK POLICY IN RELATION TO FREE AND CHEAP MILK SCHEMES. Report of the Official Sub-Committee, on Food Policy, commenting on conclusions reached by the Inter-Departmental Conference. Report by the Inter-Departmental Conference, (F.P.(0)(40)19). Introduction. Schools scheme. (Also Appxs.I & III). England and Wales, Scotland. Mothers (expectant and nursing) and pre-school children. (Also Appxs. II & III). England and Wales, Scotland. Cheap Milk Scheme. Possible: Outline of: (Appx. IV). Number to receive: Participation. Eligibility for: Consumption of: Increase in: Cost: Existing position. Summary of: Price. Adolescents. Distribution. Economy in: Dried milk. Summary of conclusions. "Cash and Carry" scheme in Aberdeen, for those in receipt of Public Assistance. (Appx. III). Distribution. Control of, during and after last war. (Appx. V). Control by Ministry of Food. Distribution by Food Control Authorities and Local Authorities 20th April 1940 Download PDF (2.75 MB)
48 FOOD AND FEEDING-STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 22 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in cold store. Imports into U.K. Stocks in bonded warehouses in U.K. 17th April 1940 Download PDF (553 KB)
49 FOOD AND ANIMAL FEEDING STUFFS. STATISTICAL POSITION OF PRINCIPAL, UP TO END UP JUNE 1940. Monthly Statement No. 5 by the Statistics and Intelligence Division, Ministry of Food. Bulk stocks in mills, refineries, public warehouses and cold stores. Imports, home production, consumption and total stocks, March to June 1940 18th April 1940 Download PDF (558 KB)
50 FOOD SUPPLIES IN THE EVENT OF A SPECIAL EMERGENCY. Memo. by Minister of Food. Shipping. Diversion of: Grain. Meat. Oil seeds and feeding-stuffs. Divisional Food Officers' Areas. Food dumps. Refugees. Provision for, by Public Assistance Authorities. School children. Evacuated: Refugees. Belgian and Dutch War: Provision for: Refugees and Evacuees. Numbers of: Ration Dumps. Emergency, consisting of meat, milk and biscuits. Suggested location: Canned beef. Statement of the temporary dispersal of additional stocks; which have not been allocated to any area as emergency rations 22nd April 1940 Download PDF (993 KB)
51 FOOD PRODUCTION CAMPAIGN. HOME: Scotland. Progress Report for: Memo. by S/S Scotland. Ploughing-up Campaign. Motor Tractors. Demand for: Tillage Campaign, as at 12.4.40. Statement showing position for each Agricultural Executive Committee area. (Appendix) 22nd April 1940 Download PDF (417 KB)
52 PLOUGHING-UP CAMPAIGN IN ENGLAND AND WALES. Progress Report. Memo. by Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries. Statement by County War Agricultural Executive Committees, showing position at 15.4.40 22nd April 1940 Download PDF (487 KB)
53 FOOD AND FEEDING-STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO.23 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in Cold Store 24th April 1940 Download PDF (509 KB)
54 SALVAGE DEPARTMENT OF THE MINISTRY OF SUPPLY. WORK OF: Report No. 2. Civil Division. Policy. Inter-Departmental co-operation, Municipal Salvage. Metropolitan boroughs. Provinces. Voluntary organisations. School children. Returns by Local Authorities. Pig Food. Collection of: Scrap iron campaign. Industrial Salvage. Publicity. Military Division. Admiralty, Air Ministry. Army Salvage. Home and Overseas. Paris. Branch in: Salvage operations of the Local Authorities. Summary of: (Appendix I). Women's Voluntary services for Civil Defence Salvage Dept. Memo. by: (Appendix II). Waste Paper. Textiles (rags) Household Bones. Collection and use of, for glue, fats, fertilizers and hone flour Metals. Ferrous, Non-ferrous, tins and metal foils. Bottles. Waste food. Industrial Salvage. Circular No. 33 issued by Federation of British Industries. (Appendix III). Memo. received from Controller of Salvage, Ministry of Supply. Paper and cardboard. Oils. Rage and fibres. Rubber. Metals. Fuel. Pack.. 1st May 1940 Download PDF (2.89 MB)
55 FOOD AND FEEDING STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO. 24 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in cold store 1st May 1940 Download PDF (454 KB)
56 FOOD AND FEEDING-STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO.25 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in Cold Store 7th May 1940 Download PDF (476 KB)
57 FEEDING-STUFFS. PRICES OF: Report by the Official Sub-Cttee. on Food Policy. Increase per ton. (Appendix) 8th May 1940 Download PDF (797 KB)
58 MILK POLICY. STATEMENT ON. CHEAP MILK SCHEME. Memo. by Minister of Food 8th May 1940 Download PDF (623 KB)
59 FOOD AND FEEDING-STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO.26 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Wheat and other cereals. Sugar. Oilseeds. Stocks in Cold Store 15th May 1940 Download PDF (484 KB)
60 OFFICIAL SUB-COMMITTEE ON FOOD POLICY. Chairmanship. Sir H. J. Wilson replaced by Sir Francis Floud 19th May 1940 Download PDF (207 KB)
61 PLOUGHING UP CAMPAIGN. (SCOTLAND). PROGRESS REPORT ON: Memo. by S/S Scotland. Statement showing position at 15.5.40, for each Agricultural Executive Cttee. Area. (App.) 21st May 1940 Download PDF (374 KB)
62 FOOD AND FEEDINGS STUFFS. WEEKLY REPORT NO.27 ON SUPPLIES OF CERTAIN: Imports, Consumption, Stocks 13.4.40. to 11.5.40. Wheat and Flour. Barley. Maize and Maize Meal. Tea. Oilseeds, and Nuts. Imports, Production, Consumption, Stocks. (13.4.40 to 11.5.40). Oilcakes and Meals. Meat. Bacon and Ham. Sugar. Vegetable Oils. Butter. Production. Margarine. Compound Lard. Imports into U.K. April. 1940, and comparative statements. Stocks in Bonded Warehouses in U.K. (Various periods) 22nd May 1940 Download PDF (784 KB)
63 FEEDING STUFFS. SUPPLY OF IMPORTED: LIVESTOCK POLICY. Memo. by Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries. Introductory. Feeding Stuffs. Import Programmes. Present, and reductions necessary. Consumption by different classes of livestock. Estimated: Livestock. Priority of different kinds: Supply situation. Need for early warning to producers. Stocks on farms not to be requisitioned at present. FEEDING-STUFFS AND LIVESTOCK POLICY ETC. Supplies. Control of, for different kinds of stock. Further measures necessary. Hardship inevitable. Livestock. Non-essential: Announcement. Northern Ireland. Position of: Summary 23rd May 1940 Download PDF (1.03 MB)
64 PLOUGHING UP CAMPAIGN IN ENGLAND AND WALES. FINAL PROGRESS REPORT. Memo. by Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries. Returns by County War Agricultural Executive Committees. (Appendix) 23rd May 1940 Download PDF (438 KB)
65 FOOD AND ANIMAL FEEDING STUFFS. STATISTICAL POSITION OF THE PRINCIPAL, UP TO THE END OF JULY, 1940. Monthly Statement No.6 by the Statistics and Intelligence Division, Ministry of Food. Bulk Stocks in mills, refineries, public warehouses and cold stores. Imports, home production, consumption and total stocks, April to July, 1940 24th May 1940 Download PDF (632 KB)
66 SCOTLAND. HILL SHEEP FARMING IN: Memo. by S/S Scotland 28th May 1940 Download PDF (592 KB)
67 AGRICULTURAL WAGES AND CONSEQUENTIAL ADJUSTMENTS IN FARMERS' RETURNS. Statement, by Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, circulating draft proposed 29th May 1940 Download PDF (318 KB)
68 FOOD POLICY AND HOME PRODUCTION. Memo. by Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries 28th May 1940 Download PDF (454 KB)
69 NORTHERN IRELAND. PROGRESS REPORT FOR: Memo. by Home Secy. Tillage. Flax. Tractors. Milk. Seed Barley 28th May 1940 Download PDF (537 KB)
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