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Factors Influencing The Quality And Palatability Of Venison In Utah, Flora H. Bardwell May 1963

Factors Influencing The Quality And Palatability Of Venison In Utah, Flora H. Bardwell

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

Outdoor recreational activities dealing with the pursuit of game is exceedingly popular today and its popularity is increasing each year. Annually over 180,000 hunters go afield in Utah in search of deer. There is harvested in the state over 12,000,000 pounds of dressed venison from Utah deer herds each fall. These hunters contribute 10.5 million dollars to the economy of the state for licenses, lodging, transportation and other expense of hunting.

Deer hunting is often done by the amateur, who with little or no experience has few or improper tools or information for dressing and caring ...


Farmers' Reactions Toward Upland Bird Hunting In Two Utah Counties, 1957, Frank J. Calkins May 1963

Farmers' Reactions Toward Upland Bird Hunting In Two Utah Counties, 1957, Frank J. Calkins

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Proof that public hunting on private lands is a growing Utah problem is, perhaps, most easily found by driving down any country lane. “No Trespassing" signs come one to a fence post or so it must seem to the pheasant hunter. His quarry is the most popular of Utah's farm game species and, unfortunately, the most popular subject of farmer-sportsmen disputes. Reasoning that short seasons reduce hunter nuisances and property damage, landowners have long advocated three to five day pheasant seasons. And because of this and a former game department concern about overshooting the birds (Utah Fish and Game ...


The Effectiveness Of Leaching And Soil Amendments In Improving A Salt-Affected Soil Of The Hooper Area Of Utah, Edwin Baugh Haycock May 1963

The Effectiveness Of Leaching And Soil Amendments In Improving A Salt-Affected Soil Of The Hooper Area Of Utah, Edwin Baugh Haycock

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

In the relatively low lying delta area west of Ogden, Utah several thousand acres of potentially productive lands have been seriously affected by the accumulation of soluble salts and the associated condition of excessive exchangeable sodium. As a part of the Weber Basin Project, much of this large area of undeveloped or only partially developed land is proposed for irrigation. Successful irrigation of these salt-affected lands, however, is dependent upon their reclamation and improvement.


Milk Bases In Utah And Their Effect On Total Supply Of Market Milk, Harold O. Ward May 1963

Milk Bases In Utah And Their Effect On Total Supply Of Market Milk, Harold O. Ward

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Some of the most striking changes in the production and marketing of dairy products have occurred since World War II. Dairy farming, for instance, has become more specialized and more commercial. Modern techniques of refrigeration, bulk handling, and transportation have made it possible for market milk to be shipped many miles without appreciable loss of quality.