PRODUCING YOUR SUGAR: THE GROWTH AND PROCESSING OF SUGAR BEET IN BRITAIN, 1943
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Workers at this sugar beet factory shovel wet beet pulp into trucks for transport back to the farms which supplied the beet in the first place. Farmers are supplied with free beet pulp in proportion to the amount of beet they originally supplied.