Speeches, 1978 and undated
Includes a report titled Agricultural Land Conversion in Colorado; a briefing paper on the use of antibiotics in animal feeds; a statement of William D. Farr, president of Farr Farms Company, Greeley, Colorado, made before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary on April 24, 1978; and a speech given by W. D. Foxley to the Colorado Cattle Feeders Association on August 25, 1978, titled How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying.The Colorado Cattle Feeders Association was established in 1955 to gather, analyze, and distribute facts relative to the cattle feeding business. The Colorado Cattle Feeders Association's goals were to maintain the cattle industry on a sound economic footing through research, promotion, and education. In 1998, the Association was restructured and became the Colorado Livestock Association (CLA). The collection files include committee reports, correspondence, minutes, news releases, and newsletters.
Colorado Cattle Feeders Association; Colorado Agricultural Archive