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Wednesday, 1 October 1958

Mr ANTHONY (RICHMOND, NEW SOUTH WALES) - I ask the Minister for Primary Industry a question without notice. By way of explanation, I point out that the price paid for butter on the United Kingdom market is directly influenced by seasonal conditions in the United Kingdom and Europe. For example, the low price recently paid was largely due to bountiful seasons last spring and summer. Has the Minister received any definite reports of unfavorable conditions at present existing in Europe and in the United Kingdom, which would necessarily hamper the production of all dairy produce, especially butter?

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