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  • More Income for North Dakota Farmers: The Potential Role of Livestock Enterprises
Author
  • Duncan, Marvin R.
  • Anderson, Vernon
  • Faller, Timothy
  • Haugse, Clayton
  • Hughes, Harlan
  • Landblom, Douglas
  • Taylor, Richard
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  • Income £rom livestock marketing has declined as a proportion o£ total gross £arm income in the past two decades. ⢠Income £rom cattle and calves accounts £or about 65-75 percent o£ total livestock income in the state. ⢠Income £rom milk has ranged £rom 14-20 percent o£ total livestock income in the state. ⢠Income £rom swine, a promising growth enterprise £or the state, has generated only 5-8 percent o£ total livestock income. ⢠Livestock income is very important to counties in western North Dakota, relatively unimportant in the eastern counties. ⢠Enterprise budgets £or beef and swine indicate positive returns to operator and unpaid labor, management, and equity capital for 1992. ⢠Less than 30 percent o£ North Dakota's feed grain output is used within the state to support livestock production. ⢠Large quantities of unused roughage and crop residue, currently unused, could support additional livestock production. ⢠Livestock production can be a complementary enterprise with crop production adding to farmer income levels and stability of income. ⢠constraints to increased livestock production in the state can be resolved largely through a program of focused research and education. iii
  • Agricultural Finance, Demand and Price Analysis, Farm Management, Livestock Production/​Industries,
  • RePEc:ags:nddmrs:51189
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