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The emerging exotic ungulate livestock industry: a survey of current producers

, : The emerging exotic ungulate livestock industry: a survey of current producers. Agribusiness New York 8(5): 473-484

Using primary data collected through a mail survey of exotic ungulate livestock producers in 1989/90 taken from a list of 195 ranchers and farmers from the USA and Canada, general aspects of current exotic livestock operations and attitudes of current producers are presented.

Accession: 002249831

DOI: 10.1002/1520-6297(199209)8:5<473::aid-agr2720080507>;2-s

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