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Master of Science (MS)
The production of' turkeys by farmers for market in Utah has risen from a meager beginning a few decades ago, to one of the important agricultural industries today. Utah's turkey industry has expanded tenfold from the 226,000 head sold in 1929 to the record high 2,285,000 head sold in 1954. Pounds sold was 13 times greater in 1954 than in 1929 due to the increased weight per bird as well as to the increase in number of head. The record number of 2,285,000 head sold for the amount of $10,635,000. This accounted for about seven per cent of the total farm income in Utah.
Kearl, Richard W., "The Economics of Turkey Production in Utah, 1954" (1956). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 2689.
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