Economic Situation of Hog Producers: Letter from the Secretary of Agriculture Transmitting in Response to Senate Resolution No. 281, a Report Pertaining to the Hog Situation and the Probable Effects of the Proposed Export Debenture, Equalization Fee, and Domestic Allotment Plans for Farm Relief, on the Economic Position of Hog Producers
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1933 - Animal industry - 87 pages
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