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Master of Science (MS)
E. M. Morrison
Broiler production in the United States and in Utah has become increasingly important in the last few years. It has developed from virtual nonexistence in 1930 to the point where it now produces more than half of the total chicken meat production. Growth has been especially rapid since 1934, when separate statistics on broiler production became available. In 1951, production was about 6 times that of 1940 and for the first time the number of broilers raised exceeded the number of chickens raised from farm production.
Gunn, Thomas I., "Cost of Producing Broilers in Utah, 1951-1952" (1953). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 4736.
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