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That is, all the product produced is consumed at some price (Byerly, 1964). Large-scale, commercial livestock agriculture really began in Chicago on the sandbar by Lake Michigan. William Ogden built Chicago, using the new 2 x 4 construction, and in 1841, the first bumper crop from the prairie paid off. In 9 years Chicago went from a marsh to the largest grain and livestock market in the world (Cooke, 1977). Nowhere were more animals and crops so dramatically transformed and merchandised. First, transport was by water, but Chicago soon became the biggest railroad center in the world.
III. IV. V. VI. VII. Introduction Ruminant Product Cost and Returns A. Milk Production B. Beef Production C. Lamb Production Energy Requirements for Ruminant Products A. Production Requirements B. Processing Requirements Impact of Increased Costs Production Options under Energy Constraints A. Feed Production Options B. Lower Fat Products C. Meat Analogs D. Alternative Energy Sources Research Needs Summary References 35 37 37 38 40 40 40 42 45 45 46 48 49 50 52 53 54 I. INTRODUCTION Livestock consume the majority of crops and forage produced in the United States and provide the major source of overall agricultural income.
Today, Chicago is no longer the livestock hub of the United States. Slaughter has decentralized to where the livestock are fed and labor problems are less violent. Carcass or boned and boxed meat is more easily shipped than livestock once were. In fact, grain can now be moved to optimum livestock feeding areas making for changes in several meat-producing species. Iowa is a livestock state because it is 350 miles from Chicago. That is how Iowans moved their corn to market, through livestock. Livestock markets developed in Chicago.
Animal Products in Human Nutrition by Donald C. Beitz