Barriers to Entry for Young and Beginning Cattle Producers In Oklahoma
This research examines challenges for a young and beginning cow-calf producer in Oklahoma. Scenarios were developed for native and introduced forage bases with different terms for financing the operation. The returns generated from a cow-calf operation in Oklahoma make purchasing land difficult, particularly for a young and beginning producer.
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