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Production summary. No. 43, Stock and poultry meals (other than cereal)
Bib ID 1483120
Format JournalJournal
Description Canberra : Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics, 1961-1977 
195 v. ; 30-34 cm. 
Numbering Note Supplement published for year 1967-68. 
Notes

At head of title Dec. 1960-July 1968: Australian production statistics.

Part-title varies: Stock and poultry foods (incl. bran and pollard), Aug. 1968-June 1970; Stock and poultry foods and canned pet food, July 1970-June 1972; Stock and poultry foods and canned pet food, Australia, July and Aug. 1972-Feb. 1977.

Merged with the following Production summaries: No. 29, Biscuits, ice cream, confectionery; No. 36, Processed milk products; No. 38, Fish preserving; No. 39, Jam, preserved fruit and vegetables; No. 40, Cereal products; No. 41, Vegetable oils, margarine and other edible processed fats; No. 42, Malt and beer produced; No. 47, Aerated and carbonated waters, cordials and syrups; No. 55, Butter and cheese; No. 56, Canned meat; and, in part, Production statistics (Canberra, A.C.T.), to form: Production bulletin. No. 3, Food, drink and tobacco.

Life Dates Nov. 1960-Feb. 1977 
Later Title

Production bulletin. No. 3, Food, drink and tobacco 0314-5581

Production statistics (Canberra, A.C.T.) 0311-970X

Production summary. No. 56, Canned meat

Production summary. No. 55, Butter and cheese

Production summary. No. 47, Aerated and carbonated waters, cordials and syrups

Production summary. No. 42, Malt and beer produced

Production summary. No. 41, Vegetable oils, margarine and other edible processed fats

Production summary. No. 40, Cereal products

Production summary. No. 39, Jam, preserved fruit and vegetables

Production summary. No. 38, Fish preserving

Production summary. No. 36, Processed milk products

Production summary. No. 29, Biscuits, ice cream, confectionery

Subjects Meal as feed -- Statistics -- Periodicals.  |  Feed industry -- Australia -- Statistics -- Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Australian Bureau of Statistics  |  Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics (Australia)
Also Titled

Australian production statistics

Stock and poultry foods and canned pet food

Stock and poultry foods (incl. bran and pollard)

Stock and poultry meals (other than cereal)

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