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Title: The Accuracy of Market Reporters under Liveweight Selling Conditions
Authors: Naughtin, John C.
Holland, B.J.
Issue Date: 1982-12
Abstract: A series of trials was conducted to test the accuracy of livestock market reporters under liveweight selling conditions in Victoria using a range of cattle types. The performance of the market reporters in carcass weight and fat cover estimation was poorer for cows than for bullocks, while the accuracy of the estimates for bullocks sold under liveweight was similar to that reported earlier for young cattle sold on a per head basis.
Institution/Association: Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics>Volume 50, Number 03, December 1982
Total Pages: 11
Language: English
From Page: 285
To Page: 295
Collections:Volume 50, Number 03, December 1982

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