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Master of Science (MS)
Lynn H. Davis
On January 1, 1952, 50,000 head of cattle were on feed for slaughter in the state of Utah (6). This was an increase over previous years. The average number of cattle on feed for slaughter January 1st during the 1948-52 period was 45,000 head. This number was 30 percent larger than the average number on feed during the 1943-47 period. As shown in figure 1, the number of cattle on feed has fluctuated from year to year. The years with the least number of cattle on feed were those in the early thirties during the depression and drought. Since 1936 the general trend has been an increase in the number of cattle finished.
Fulton, Robert L., "Marketing Aspects of Cattle Finishing Operations Major Cattle Finishing Areas of Utah, 1951-52" (1954). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 4296.
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