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In this article information is presented regarding the extent to which graziers in a portion of the South West Slope have availed themselves of the extension services offered by the Department of Agriculture. Some analysis is also made of the characteristics of those who have had most, and of those who have had least, contact with the extension services. The material on which the article is based was collected, late in 1954 and early in 1955, from a random sample of IS0 graziers residing in the shires of Gundagai, Tumut, Tumbarumba, Holbrook and Kyeamba. A full description of the survey area and the sampling method, has already been published in this Review.'


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