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Milk and power: from central milk agencies to district dairies

Meieriposten 79(14): 421-428
Milk and power: from central milk agencies to district dairies
This article, taken from a book published in Oslo in 1990, examines the agricultural and economic circumstances of the 1920s which led to the establishment of central milk agencies on a regional basis in Norway in 1930. These acted as financial intermediaries between milk suppliers and dairies. Developments and attitudes during the following decades are examined in detail.

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