Excerpt from A Summary of Current Program, 4/1/63, and Preliminary Report of Progress for 4/1/62 to 3/31/63: October 15, 1963State Experiment Stations has obtained much needed basic data on the heat and moisture given off by cattle, hogs, and poultry, and on the influence of building environment on production and feed consumption. The heat and moisture dissipation data are considered basic design ...
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