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CATTLE - FEEDING

Valley Indians ride to Cattlemen's rescue

Author: 
C.M.Swaart
Article Date: 
January 1956
Article Abstract: 
Feedlots in the Salt River Valley and the possibility of relocation on reservations
Language: 
English
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The economic impact of cattle feeding in Arizona: a rejoinder

Author: 
E.L.Menzie
Article Date: 
June-July 1972
Language: 
English
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The economic impact of cattle feeding in Arizona

Author: 
G.F.Leaming, R.E.Kinonen and L.S.Davidson
Article Date: 
December 1971
Language: 
English
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Tax shelter law reform could hurt beef feeders

Author: 
G.S.Willett
Article Date: 
November 1973
Article Abstract: 
Proposed tax reform measures may seriously curtail tax-oriented investments in the cattle feeding industry
Language: 
English
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McKinney feedlots at capacity operation in Cochise County

Author: 
D. Schaus
Article Date: 
February 1960
Language: 
English
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Forages for tomorrow

Article Date: 
April 1974
Language: 
English
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Feedlot backgrounding

Author: 
J.L. Parker
Article Date: 
June 1968
Article Abstract: 
Operation of the P-K Land and Cattle Co., Roll, Arizona
Language: 
English
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Feeding improves cow beef

Article Date: 
June 1976
Article Abstract: 
University of Arizona researchers find that feeding range beef cows for 40 days before they are sent to market improves their meat
Language: 
English
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Feeding silage no problem for 'the Monster'

Author: 
C. Hellbusch
Article Date: 
November 1963
Article Abstract: 
Describes feeding operation of Aubrey Grouskay, Mesa
Language: 
English
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Feed additive cuts cattle feed costs

Article Date: 
June 1976
Article Abstract: 
New feed additive Rumensin
Language: 
English
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