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Chemical contamination of livestock can have a number of economic impacts on producers. One of these is lost sales due to consumer reaction to news of a contamination incident. This paper reports a procedure that can be used to estimate this type of sales loss and applies it to the 1982 case of heptachlor contamination of milk on Oahu, Hawaii.

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