' Single Purpose Cattle '
For beef-W. A. Stewart
For milk-Clyde Higgs
In the chair-H. G. Robinson
H. G. Robinson , the chairman of-this discussion, is the Principal of the Midland Agricultural College, near Loughborough ; W. A. Stewart , who is the supporter of cattle for beef, is.manager of the Northamptonshire Institute of Agriculture farm at South Moulton ; and Clyde Higgs , who will argue on behalf of cattle for milk, owns a large attested herd of dairy cattle at Hatton Rock, near Stratford-upon-Avon. Listeners may recall a broadcast by Clyde Higgs on machine-milking.
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