If pastures are improved in their stock-carrying capacity, more cattle must be kept to eat the grass, and for the benefit of the country not only must the number be increased, but attention must also be paid to the quality of the animals. In his talk tonight, Hugh Dales , chief livestock inspector to the Ministry of Agriculture for Northern Ireland, will discuss the various factors that make for improvement in livestock, and he will explain how improvement can be achieved in gert -al terms. A number of specific suggestions will also be made and reasons for them given. Mr. Dales, for example, will tell breeders of Aberdeen Angus bulls why they should pay more attention to breeding bulls of a stronger type ; and farmers in creamery districts will be told why they should retain the foundation stock shorthorn and take a greater interest in milk recording. Finally, Mr. Dales will have some comments to make on the forthcoming spring bull sales at Belfast and Londonderry.
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