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New York State Poultry Industry Coordinated Effort (SPICE) Records: American Poultry Historical Society Papers

New York State Poultry Industry Coordinated Effort (SPICE) Records: American Poultry Historical Society Papers Introduction

Collection consists of SPICE's bylaws, articles of incorporation and subsequent amendments. It also includes special studies carried out by SPICE regarding federal Turkey Marketing Orders (1961-1962) and freight rates for feedstuffs set by the Interstate Commerce Commission and Eastern Rail Carriers (1964-1966). Records of organizations which become part of the federation (New York State Poultry Council, SPICE Marketing Cooperatives, New York State Egg Distributors Association, and the Poultry Improvement Board of New York, Inc.) are also included and contain minutes of meetings, membership lists, officers, financial records, and records of actions taken to improve the financial situation

NAL CALL NO: HD9437 U63N76 R

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Boxes 1 and 2

Organization's Office Files, 1954-68.