HC Deb 05 March 1940 vol 358 c227W
Major Carver

asked the Minister of Food whether he will consider adopting the procedure of the Government of Northern Ireland with regard to feeding-stuffs, which prescribes that the makers of compound mashes may not use, for the purpose, more than one-third of the available meals, thus leaving two-thirds of such meals to be sold to those who need them in their original form; and whether he is aware that any such procedure will be welcomed by British poultry keepers?

Mr. W. S. Morrison

An alternative method of securing the distribution of an increased proportion of straight meals has been formulated, and it is hoped to bring it into operation shortly.

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