The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 79, July 1975 - April, 1976 Page: 20
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concentrated primarily in Chihuahua and Jalisco. In 1923 the number had
been reduced to 1,750,305, or a decrease of 67 percent.61 What seemed in
191o to be a progressive growing industry, employing the latest practices
to improve the product, by 1923 found itself destroyed. It would require
another thirty years to rebuild the Mexican cattle industry!
olConsul General, Mexico City, Report, April 30, 1924, Records of the Bureau of
Foreign Agricultural Relations, Record Group 166 (National Archives).
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