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TREVINE.

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PUNCHESTON.

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CO-OPERATIVE FARMING.

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CO-OPERATIVE FARMING. The Midland Farmers' Association, which embraces Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Wor- cestershire, Shropshire, and Leicestershire, held its annual meeting and dinner at Staff- ord recently. Lord Litchfield, who presided, said the Newport (Salop) Agricultural TradingSociety since its formation five years ago had increa- sed its turnover from 1-7,000 to £ 35,000. With regard to the sale of milk, the associa- tion had been successful in a marked degree. The various agencies and societies which had been established throughout the country had proved enormously successful in bringing milk producers and farmers together. Lord Harrowby said their London agent had sold more milk than in any previous year, the approximate value being £ 80,000. A good deal more might be sold at good prices, not only in London, but in Birming- ham, where he was afraid the farmers did not avail themselves sufficiently of the services of the association agent.

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