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USDA-Dairy accepted equipment list, February 1998 / [electronic resource] USDA/AMS/Dairy Programs, Dairy Grading Branch
Bib ID 3824535
Format BookBook [electronic resource]
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Description Washington, DC : the Branch, [1998] 
Technical Details

Mode of access: Internet from the AMS homepage at the USDA web site (PDF file only). 

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Title from title screen.

Subjects Dairying -- Equipment and supplies -- Certification.
Other authors/contributors United States. Agricultural Marketing Service. Dairy Grading Branch
Also Titled

Accepted equipment list

Govt. Doc. Number A 88.2:98011854 

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