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Slaughtering of Cows for Germany

1935-06: 142 Thousands of Cows  
Monthly, Not Seasonally Adjusted, M01044DEM549NNBR, Updated: 2012-08-16 11:04 AM CDT
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Data Are For Cows Slaughtered Under Federal Inspection. Data Beginning October 1918 Exclude Alsace-Lorraine. Data Beginning July 1922 Exclude The Saar And Other Surrendered Territory. Source: Data For 1904-1914, 1919-1935: Vierteljahrshefte Zur Statistik Des Deutsches Reiches, 1906, Iii, Pp. 32-33; 1907, Ii, P. 233; 1908, Ii, P. 197; And Successive Issues Thereafter. Data For 1915-1918: Vierteljahrshefte Zur Statistik, Erganzungshefte 1916-1918, Pp. 51-81.

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Source: National Bureau of Economic Research

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