This evening the members of this imaginary body, who have several times already discussed on the air very real problems of agriculture, are talking about Milk and Milk Marketing. The speakers are all genuine farmers, well known in the West Country, who hold strong views on the subject. They will include :
F. Gulliford , W. H. Limbrick , W. T. Price , M. Waters , and J. L. Davies , Milk Marketing Officer
Under the chairmanship of A. W. Ling from Long Ashton Research Station
by John Simons
John Simons was born in Birkenhead, but spent his early years in Australia. He had much of his musical training in Melbourne, graduating at Melbourne University in 1931. The following year he came to England, and won the Woodward-Smith Scholarship at the Tobias-Matthay Pianoforte School.
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