The Transformation of U.S. Livestock Agriculture: Scale, Efficiency, and Risks
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KeywordsLivestock; dairy; broilers; hogs; fed cattle; farm structure; scale economies; contract agriculture; CAFOs; growth-promoting antibiotics; Farm Management; Livestock Production/Industries;
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