Do your bit to send milk back to school

October 2002
Farmers Weekly;10/04/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 14, p5
Trade Publication
Presents an invitation to encourage parents, teachers, school governors and others to bring back the free and subsidized milk into schools in Great Britain. Participation in the celebration of the National School Milk Week; Advantage of milk to children's health; Efforts of farming families in promoting the issue.


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