§ 74. Mr. JAMES MASON
asked the President of the Board of Trade if he can give figures showing the ultimate feeding value of the materials used in brewing if consumed as beer and, its by-products being converted by feeding cows, milk, if consumed directly by human beings, and if converted into meat by feeding to cattle, respectively?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the BOARD of AGRICULTURE (Sir R. Winfrey)
A reply to this question is contained in a paragraph, which is too long to read in answer to a Parliamentary question, on page 33 of the Report drawn up by a Committee of the Royal Society, and published this year as Command Paper 8421, a copy of which I am sending the hon. Member.
§ Mr. J. MASON
Would my hon. Friend consider the desirability of restricting the feeding of barley to animals with a view to increasing the proportion used in the making of bread?