Impact of family life and work on quality of life of Utah dairy farm wives and husbands
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Impact of family life and work on quality of life of Utah dairy farm wives and husbands by Elizabeth Ellen Gorham

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Quality of life -- Utah.,
  • Dairy farmers -- Utah.

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StatementElizabeth Ellen Gorham.
The Physical Object
Pagination115 leaves, bound ;
Number of Pages115
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15184850M

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If you grew up on a farm you would live this life. On a farm--in the past and now--everybody helped. Even the little children had to do their share of the work to support the family. Watch a slideshow about Utah agriculture. Put yourself in the place of the farmers, cowboys, and sheepmen--and imagine doing their job! Imagine these jobs. Move from east was driven by concern for family of dairy owners.   The mission of the Dairy Compliance program is to provide effective public health control throughout the production, handling, pasteurization, and distribution of milk and milk products in order to facilitate the shipment and acceptance of high sanitary quality milk and milk products.   Below is the on Utah’s dairy industry. There are about licensed dairy farms in the state. The total number of dairy cows is aro A cow in Utah produces on aver pounds of milk per lactation. The average herd size is cows. Our largest dairy has a milking herd of 7, cows. We process a little bit of everything here.

The purpose of the study reported here is to identify domains which explain the life quality of dairy farm husbands and wives. A further purpose is to identify domains which would explain life quality when the domain unique to farming is deleted. One hundred sixteen dairy farm couples were interviewed in , when a financial crisis in agriculture had reached the western states. Utah Agriculture and Industry. Utah's real gross state product in was estimated to be $, which was $75, and 40% lower than the national state average, $, Utah has the 33rd highest GSP out of the 50 states. utah is well-renowned for its delicious fruit, vegetables, and other crops. for most utah’s own farms, the farmer’s touch has been passed down for generations and they continue to spend day and night working to get the freshest produce in your hands and on your table. Animal agriculture in Utah represents the single largest sector of farm income in Utah. At a value of more than $1 billion, and with 25 of the state’s 29 counties reporting livestock as the dominant agricultural sector, the UDAF spends considerable energy maintaining a healthy and prosperous industry, and reporting our actions to Utah citizens.

Dairy farmers continuously work with government and university experts to find even more ways to conserve natural resources. For example, they have found creative ways to recycle water and other materials, and prevent soil erosion — activities that help ensure their farms remain economically viable.. Sustainability is the goal. — Quality of Life (work and notion that dairy farming is indeed sustainable AND that we can feel satisfied with the quality of life that a dairy farm offers. the Farm and Dairy family.   Seeing a farm family look on as their life’s work is sold off piece by piece; the cattle run through a corral, parading for the highest bid; tools, household goods and toys piled as “boxes of. The Life After Cancer Epidemiology study found that, among women previously diagnosed with breast cancer, those consuming one or more servings of high-fat dairy products (e.g., cheese, ice cream, whole milk) daily had a 49% higher breast cancer mortality, compared with .