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This study of sheep production in Maine was done in the summer of 1962 on the prior year's beep operation. Records of 60 producers were included in the study, approximately a 30 percent sample of producers with 20 or more mature ewes per flock. The bulletin describes the characteristics of sheep producers and their operations, the management and marketing practices, investments, and expenses.
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Maine Agricultural Experiment Station
Sheep, breeding, Maine
Agricultural Economics | Animal Sciences
Tuthill, D.F. 1964. An economic study of sheep production in Maine. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 619.