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Vox pops from housewives speaking about the prospect of joining the EEC and food prices in 1967. (clip) 
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Title: [56 NORTH FARMING]
Reference number: T1009
Production company: STV
Running time: 11.00 mins
Description: Interviews with farmers and shepherds on the subject of joining the European Common Market. Housewives give their opinions in a series of vox pops.
Shotlist: Gvs farm; tractor approaches camera, small boy wearing wellies in f/ground (0.50) talking head, Farmer speculates about the effect of Common Market entry on dairy and beef farmers, and the consumer. (2.16) Cows in field (2.33) talking head, Farmer's wife on cost of going into the Market (3.00) vox pop of city housewives and a shopkeeper (5.07) ls Shepherd walking behind flock with children (5.38) talking head, Shepherd on Market entry (7.03) Shepherd's son is pro- Market, unlike his father (8.33) Shepherd speaks about possible competition and predicts public reaction to these effects (10.05) Son talks of going to New Zealand to learn about hill farming abroad (11.00)
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