§ 69. Mr. T. WILLIAMS
asked the Minister of Agriculture what quantity of English-grown wheat of millable quality on which deficiency payments are made is sold for feeding meals; and the average price received for it?
§ Mr. RAMSBOTHAM
Under the Wheat Act, 1932, deficiency payments are made to growers on all properly certified sales of millable wheat of their own growing without regard to the use which may be made of the wheat when sold. I have no information regarding the quantity of English-grown wheat sold for feeding meals or the average prices received for such wheat.
§ Mr. WILLIAMS
Can the hon. Member ascertain what quantity of millable wheat we can depend upon for feeding pigs?