Agricultural profile of the Atlantic Provinces

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  • Agriculture -- Atlantic Provinces -- Statistics,
  • Farms -- Atlantic Provinces -- Statistics,
  • Crops -- Atlantic Provinces -- Statistics,
  • Livestock -- Atlantic Provinces -- Statistics,
  • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Atlantic Provinces -- Statistics,
  • Canada -- Census, 1996

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Other titlesProfil agricole des provinces de l"Atlantique
StatementStatistics Canada, Agriculture Division = Profil agricole des provinces de l"Atlantique / Statistique Canada, Division de l"agriculture.
ContributionsStatistics Canada. Agriculture Division.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxix, 253, [37] p. :
Number of Pages253
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14481028M
ISBN 100660592746
LC Control Number97988021

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