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A similar pattern has emerged in the United States. The demise of small, less-than-30-cow dairy farms in Michigan has been predicted by 1980. Dairy farms with 3 0 - 5 0 cows are expected to remain constant in number at 3200 while the farms having greater than 50 cows are expected to increase from 685 in 1959 to 2400 in 1980 and to contribute over 55% of the milk production in that state (9). In N e w York, it has been estimated that there will be 10,000 dairy farms in 1985, a decrease of 14,000 farms from those that existed in 1968.
5 Basic T a s k s o n a Commercial H o g F a r m in the U n i t e d K i n g d o m " Task Percent of working day Cleaning Feeding H o g handling Records Feed mixing a n d handling Travel a b o u t site 35-40 15-20 4-7 1 0-17 20 " F r o m reference 3. 3 Hogs Type of floor Solid Solid Slatted—total Slatted—part Slatted—part Slatted—part " F r o m reference 4. * F r o m reference 5. 2 24 2. Changing Practices in Agriculture Agricultural production will become even more dependent on services purchased from other segments of the economy.
131-144. Cornell University, Ithaca, N e w Y o r k , 1969. References 45 9. M u r r a y , D . , H o g l u n d , C. , and R i p p e n , A. , ' T h e Dairy F a r m E n t e r p r i s e , " Res. R e p . N o . 45. Michigan State University, East Lansing, 1969. 10. C o n n e m a n , G. , " T o w a r d the Y e a r 1985—Milk P r o d u c t i o n a n d C o n s u m p t i o n , " Spec. Cornell Ser. N o . 1. Cornell University, Ithaca, N e w Y o r k , 1970. 11. Dietrich, R. , Costs and economics of size in T e x a s - O k l a h o m a cattle feedlot operations.