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Evaluating the Impact of Porcine Somatotropin on the Pork Industry: A Case Study of Research Project Evaluation Using Livestock Industry Computer Simu

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  • Buhr, Brian L.
  • Hayenga, Marvin L.
  • Johnson, Stanley R.
  • Grundmeier, Eric
  • Skold, Karl D.

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  • Buhr, Brian L. & Hayenga, Marvin L. & Johnson, Stanley R. & Grundmeier, Eric & Skold, Karl D., 1989. "Evaluating the Impact of Porcine Somatotropin on the Pork Industry: A Case Study of Research Project Evaluation Using Livestock Industry Computer Simu," Staff General Research Papers Archive 11628, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.
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