Wheat Meet (See front cover)

Fortunately for the British Isles they are small and populous enough to eat all the wheat they can grow, and much more. They have no "wheat problem." They were not represented at the Wheat Conference of Eleven Exporting Countries which met in London last week. These countries, their wheat production and their wheat exports in millions of bushels for 1930 were:


Russia 1,032 U.S.A. 851 Canada 398 India 387 Argentina 239 "Little...

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