The leader of the Canadian delegation to the conference of the International Federation of Agricultural Producers says that his country import New Zealand dairy produce.
GV BATH HOUSE. ROTORUA WHERE MEETING HELD
MS BATH HOUSE. BOWLS PLAYER IN FOREGROUND
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MS FLAGS OF NATIONS REPRESENTED
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DELEGATES ARRIVE...3 SHOTS
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MR B TALLBOYS (NZ MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE) ARRIVES
MR KJ HOLYOAKE (NZ PN) ARRIVES
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GV DAIS...PEOPLE SIT DOWN AND FIRST SPEAKER TO LECTERN
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MAYOR OF ROTORUA
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MR D/N/R/WEBB DIR-GEN OF NZ AGRICULTURE DEPT IN AUDIENCE FIRST ON LEFT
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Background: The leader of the Canadian delegation to the conference of the International Federation of Agricultural Producers says that his country import New Zealand dairy produce.
The leader, Mr J.N. Bentley, told the conference at Rotorua today that Canada has used up her dairy surplus.
He says production has fallen because high prices for grain have made many prairie farmers to turn away from dairying because of its higher production costs.