NOTES FOR FARMERS.
BUTTER FOX RUSSIA
Heavy shipments of load *-\tppii<!are now being m-uk' from Now York to Ruß3;a. On January 18 ri -spt'ci'.l train of 25 ca)?, ioidtn! wii.h butler,
waa rushed to New York from Obicipo
within forty-eight; hours in order to be shipped oa, board the steamep Czn-iiz for Russia. Tha amount of Lhis ship« meat is understood to have exceeded
all records for n single consignmom. Tbig is believed to bo Iho firs-i; Atneri ■ oan made butter ever shipped to Russia. Dealer? say thai; America ha.-- butter to spare, and thoy are anxious to ex-
tend their exports, as tho holdings of of storage butters in refrigating plunij* throughout, the country are hpavfir
than a year ago. The report of the associated warebou?os on January 1 showed there were in 45 lendtrg houses 39,338,000 pounds of butter in storage, nn increase of nearly fcm million pounds over the supply stored one year ago. EGGS IN WINTER. There is every indications, reports the Wairarp-*, Rgg Circle, that c<ra a during ttn o ning tv.n-•■■)• sviM by scarce and prices high. Those of its members who have, been fortunate enough to preserve when prices were inoderato will he well nnv.-rnjd, for the cire'e has already b:-,»n oMV.-d l-i 8d per dozau for preserved for future delivery; and i" i-i fully anfcici pafced that this price will advance for graded egg 3. i,
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NOTES FOR FARMERS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3531, 28 March 1916
NOTES FOR FARMERS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3531, 28 March 1916
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