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Iowa Beef Center 2014 Feedlot Operator Survey

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  • Schulz, Lee L.

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The Iowa Beef Center 2014 Feedlot Operator Survey takes an in-depth look at Iowa feedlot operationsregarding their current operation, plans for the future, and what they saw as the greatest opportunitiesand obstacles for the state's cattle sector. The goal of the survey is to better understand: What management and marketing practices are currently used by operators? What are the highest priorities for research, extension education, and policy related to their cattle operation?

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  • Schulz, Lee L., 2014. "Iowa Beef Center 2014 Feedlot Operator Survey," Staff General Research Papers Archive 38870, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:isu:genres:38870
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