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|Main Title||Economic Analysis of Effluent Guidelines on the Feedlots: Large Scale Segments.|
|CORP Author||Development Planning and Research Associates, Inc., Manhattan, Kans.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Planning and Evaluation.|
|Report Number||146; EPA-68-01-1533; EPA/230/2-76/008;|
|Stock Number||PB-264 002|
|Additional Subjects||Water pollution ; Agriculture economics ; Agricultural wastes ; Beef cattle ; Swine ; Dairy cattle ; Sheep ; Poultry ; Chickens ; Turkeys ; Ducks ; Cash flow ; Investments ; Fixed costs ; Demand(Economics) ; Supply(Economics) ; Prices ; Employment ; Variable costs ; Production capacity ; Feedlots|
The large scale feedlot industry is composed of beef, hog, dairy, sheep, layer, broiler, turkey and duck operations. For each segment, the following minimum capacity listing indicates what sizes of feedlot are defined as large scale: Pollution, water pollution, effluent, effluent control, agricultural wastes, large scale feedlots, economic, agricultural economics, economic analysis, cash flow, demand, supply, prices, fixed costs, variable costs, employment, community, production capacity, fixed investment.