Feed sources surveyed: Available pasturage and hay located by counties in western states
AuthorB. H. Crocheron
Author AffiliationsB. H. Crocheron is Director of Agricultural Extension, Professor of Agricultural Extension, and Agricultural Economist on the Giannini Foundation, Berkeley.
Hilgardia 2(5):4-4. DOI:10.3733/ca.v002n05p4a. May 1948.
In March, California livestock men faced possible loss of even their breeding herds and flocks through drouth-forced sales to the butcher or to producers in more favorable feeding areas. Through representatives of three of their associations they asked the Agricultural Extension Service for data on available livestock feed.
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Improved sugar beet harvester: Gives high quality performance but more development required
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