National Geographic : 1939 Jun
Photograph by Dorothy Hosmer COLORFUL HUCULS LINE UP THEIR CATTLE, SHEEP, AND PIGS FOR THE MONDAYANIMAL FAIR AT ZABIE Most of the beasts put up for sale are driven down to the village from mountain pastures. The majority of the buyers are Jewish merchants. Meats and meat prod ucts are the country's most valuable agricultural exports. The United States is a large purchaser oftinned Polish hams.