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Dairy: Correspondence, 1954

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Dairy: Correspondence, 1954


Aiken, George D. (George David), 1892-1984.


Stanton, Harker T.

Guinane, E.P.

Butz, Earl L. (Earl Lauer), 1909-

Towne, Elmer

Anderson, Don S.

Flanders, Ralph E. (Ralph Edward), 1880-1970

Published: November 08, 2006,  University of Vermont, Bailey/Howe Library, Special Collections


Topics include proposal relating to the parity equivalent of manufacturing milk; disposal of powdered milk surplus in foreign countries; Richard Aplin, Milk Marketing Administrator for the Boston Area; price supports and government surpluses of dairy products; marketing quotas and reduced output of milk; fluid milk purchases; export of dairy products; herd culling program; proper use of diverted acres; price of grain used for dairy rations; milk rations for Armed Services; size of dairy farms and government support for small farms; Commodity Credit Corporation; Senate Committee on Agriculture hearings on dairy support price; decreasing demand for milk; role of Democratic party in creating current dairy industry problems; milk vending machines for office buildings and factories; strawberry milk; Brucellosis; sale of milk in two and four quart cartons; importation of hay and cattle from Canada; field dairy hearings; proposed dairy program; President Eisenhower's flexible price support program; Agricultural Agreement Act of 1937 and domestic trade barriers affecting milk and milk products; meeting of all farm organizations in Vermont interested in dairy to consider general policy questions.

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Aiken Papers, Crate 8, Carton 1, Folder 9

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Time period: 1954

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Dairy: Correspondence, 1954, Aiken Papers, Crate 8, Carton 1, Folder 9, Special Collections, University of Vermont Library, (accessed February 25, 2018)


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