Follin Horace PICKEL

PICKEL, Follin Horace, M.D., C.M.

Personal Data

Party
Conservative (1867-1942)
Constituency
Brome--Missisquoi (Quebec)
Birth Date
March 2, 1866
Deceased Date
December 21, 1949
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Follin_Horace_Pickel
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=7ee05af9-6443-4ba1-8021-b7ee4cf6cd21&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
farmer, physician

Parliamentary Career

July 28, 1930 - August 14, 1935
CON
  Brome--Missisquoi (Quebec)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 5 of 21)


May 8, 1934

Mr. PICKEL:

By the producer.

Topic:   MARKETING ACT
Subtopic:   ORGANIZATION TO IMPROVE METHODS AND PRACTICES IN MARKETING NATURAL PRODUCTS
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April 18, 1934

Mr. PICKEL:

The hon. gentleman may keep two or three cows, but probably they are dry most of the time.

Topic:   MARKETING ACT
Subtopic:   ORGANIZATION TO IMPROVE METHODS AND PRACTICES IN MARKETING NATURAL PRODUCTS
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April 18, 1934

Mr. PICKET:

Would the hon. gentleman allow me a question? Is there anything political about his speech now?

Topic:   MARKETING ACT
Subtopic:   ORGANIZATION TO IMPROVE METHODS AND PRACTICES IN MARKETING NATURAL PRODUCTS
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April 18, 1934

Mr. PICKEL:

You are living among

consumers.

Topic:   MARKETING ACT
Subtopic:   ORGANIZATION TO IMPROVE METHODS AND PRACTICES IN MARKETING NATURAL PRODUCTS
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April 18, 1934

Mr. PICKEL:

It should. Let us try it. I am willing to try anything.

Last session I introduced a resolution into this house on behalf of the United Farmers of Danville in the province of Quebec in regard to the sale of reactors. I want to say a word or two on that subject. The request at that time was that all these reactors should be sent direct to the fertilizer factory. Let me give the house my experience. In 1928

Marketing Act-Mr. Picket

or the early part of 1929, on one of my farms I lost five head of cattle. They were large Holsteins. A neighbour also lost five cattle, but his were common grade cattle. They were were not nearly as large as mine and not in as good condition. His cattle and mine were sent to Montreal on the same day. This neighbour of mine telephoned to one of the inspectors of the department in Montreal and told him that he was shipping cattle. He asked him to go down to the abattoir to see that he got somewhere near their value. A man was sent down and this neighbour received $25 per head for his five head. My five head went through the local dealer; I had no one at the abattoir and I received only $24 for the five.

Topic:   MARKETING ACT
Subtopic:   ORGANIZATION TO IMPROVE METHODS AND PRACTICES IN MARKETING NATURAL PRODUCTS
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