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Studies show cattle shrink 47 pounds in corral overnightAuthor(s): W. M. Johnson
Source: Western Farm Life. 46: 6.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionDuring a study of range management at the Central Plains Experimental Range in northeastern Colorado, observations were made on the amount of shrink of yearling Hereford range cattle held overnight in a dry lot. As transactions with cattle often must consider shrink under somewhat similar conditions, this information will interest buyers and sellers alike.
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CitationJohnson, W. M. 1944. Studies show cattle shrink 47 pounds in corral overnight. Western Farm Life. 46: 6.
Keywordsrange management, grazing, cattle, shrink
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