This bulletin includes the results of Station Project 99-Fattening Lambs in Winter Drylot-which was begun at Monroe on November 15, 1928, and at Delta on November 13, 1929. The experiment was conducted for a period of four years at Monroe and for one year at Delta. Messers Alma and Milton Magelby of Monroe were closely associated with the Monroe experiment, furnishing the yards and the lambs as well as the feed used; the Monroe Lamb-feeders Association also cooperated in conducting this experiment. During the period that the Delta test was under way, Mr. J. F. Roe furnished the yards, the necessary lambs, and the feed supplies. Members of the Animal Husbandry Section of the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station have assisted in planning the experimental feeding work and have analyzed the results of the experiments.
Maynard, E. J.; Esplin, A. C.; and Boswell, S. R., "Bulletin No. 238 - Lamb-Fattening Experiments in Utah" (1932). UAES Bulletins. Paper 204.