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Developments in the transport of livestock by sea and sheep health and production programs in the United Kingdom and Ireland : report of a study tour of United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, 17 October 1982-13 November 1982 / Neil E. Tweddle
Bib ID 2599967
Format BookBook
Author
Tweddle, Neil E., 1945-
 
Description Melbourne : Dept. of Agriculture, Victoria, 1984 
48 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0724162402
Series

Study tour report (Victoria. Department of Agriculture) no. 98.

Notes

Agdex 400/650.

Subjects Livestock. Transport by ships  |  Livestock: Sheep. Production. Great Britain  |  Livestock -- Transportation.  |  Shipping.  |  Sheep -- Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors Victoria. Department of Agriculture

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