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Dairy Farmers of Canada at their AGM in Saskatoon


, : Dairy Farmers of Canada at their AGM in Saskatoon. Producteur de Lait Quebecois 15(1): 7-8

Issues discussed at the first Annual General Meeting of Dairy Farmers of Canada, held at Saskatoon on 12 and 13 July 1994, are outlined. Dairy Farmers of Canada was formed through the merger of the Canadian Federation of Dairy Farmers and the Canadian Dairy Bureau as a new organization to lobby on behalf of Canadian dairy farmers and to promote milk products.

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