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South Dakota State University

1992

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An Update On Retained Ownership: Case Study Of Calves Born At The Antelope Range Livestock Station, D. M. Marshall Jan 1992

An Update On Retained Ownership: Case Study Of Calves Born At The Antelope Range Livestock Station, D. M. Marshall

South Dakota Beef Report, 1992

An update to a previous report on the case history of retained ownership in the Antelope Range Livestock Station herd is provided. Calves born in 1990 and 1991 were placed in a custom feedlot following weaning and the profitability of postweaning feedlot performance was estimated. Retaining ownership through slaughter, as opposed to selling calves at weaning, resulted in additional estimated profits of $51.27 and $107.82 per head (excluding interest on calf) for the 1990-born and 1991-born calf crops, respectively.


1992 South Dakota Beef Report, Department Of Animal And Range Sciences, South Dakota State University, Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University, Cooperative Extension Service, South Dakota State University Jan 1992

1992 South Dakota Beef Report, Department Of Animal And Range Sciences, South Dakota State University, Agricultural Experiment Station, South Dakota State University, Cooperative Extension Service, South Dakota State University

South Dakota Beef Report, 1992

This is the complete 1992 South Dakota Beef Report.