Reducing Damage to Eggs and Egg Cases
U.S. Department of Agriculture, War Food Administration, 1945 - Egg trade - 24 pages
This publication offers a number of suggestions for reducing the loss of eggs being shipped or stored from problems in handling, loading cases, or loading transportation vehicles.
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