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The Summer that the rain came not

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The great drouths caused the price of corn to fluctuate but the aggregate corn yield kept on increasing with increased acreage and usually the year following a drouth was one of superabundance of corn. Such was the year of 1895 following the drouth of 1894. The proportion of cattle per thousand population steadily increased. Meanwhile our cattle markets became centralized and were always full to overflowing. Everybody wondered where the cattle came from.

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History of the Beef Cattle Industry in Illinois
Author: Frank Webster Farley
Published in 1915
Available from gutenberg.org
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