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Master of Science (MS)
R. H. Anderson
Dr. R. H. Anderson
Chickens and eggs rank fourth among the farm enterprises in Utah as a source of farm cach receipts. In 1948 about 21 million dollars of cash receipts were received from sales of chickens and eggs which represent 13.2 percent of total receipts from farm marketings (table 1). In the same year 17.7 of the total receipts were derived from cattle and calves, the largest enterprise. Receipts from dairy products represented 15 percent and sheep, lambs, and wool 13.8 percent.
Downs, Glen, "Marketing of Chickens in Utah" (1952). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1677.
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