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mar′keting board`

Canadian. an organization authorized by a government to regulate the production, pricing, and distribution of one or more agricultural commodities.
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Farmers and Ranchers Alliance adds new affiliates: Dairy Business Milk Marketing Cooperative; Delaware Soybean Board; Illinois Corn Marketing Board; International Dairy Foods Assn; Iowa Pork Producers Assn; Maryland Soybean Board; Oregon Farm Bureau; Wisconsin Corn Growers Assn, and Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board.
THE British Wool Marketing Board (BWMB) has appointed Brighouse-based Faith PR to manage its 2015 annual direct mail marketing campaign.
WOOL producers will have the chance to discuss prices and meet British Wool Marketing Board (BWMB) representatives at the upcoming Royal Welsh Show.
Now the Lancashire-based Tripe Marketing Board has invested in social networking such as Facebook to promote the "delicacy".
Then came the Milk Marketing Board, formed by the farmers and the milk retailers.
Others are the Wine Products Council, the Cyprus Olive Products Marketing Board and the Cyprus Potato Marketing Board.
The event aims to showcase the range, value and quality of new homes across the country and is organised by the New Homes Marketing Board.
NEWS that the price of wool is rising is a relief for Welsh farmers who have stuck with the British Wool Marketing Board in spite of the lure of money from Irish buyers.
But the British Wool Marketing Board (BWMB) says demand at auctions in 2010 and a fall in supply has seen the price indicator hitting 113p a kilo.
Now at 75 years old I have been a vegan most of my life so I find it 'propaganda' by the Milk Marketing Board urging the public to drink more of the 'white stuff', but disregard the suffering caused to the cow and the slaughter of the infant calf, or the Meat Marketing Board saying eat more pork, but disregard the conditions they are reared in; or eat more chicken but disregard the broiler chicken raised from two-day-old chicks to table weight in 5/6 weeks in windowless sheds (20,000 per shed).
Well, Rodney Bewes was appointed spokesman for the British Onion Marketing Board in 1982.
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