Livestock was lucrative business in late 19th century - Herald-Whig

Livestock was lucrative business in late 19th century - Herald-Whig

Published http://www.whig.com/20170326/livestock-was-lucrative-business-in-late-19th-century

By Herald-Whig
26/03/17

Ten-thousand dollars then would be the equivalent of more than $261,000 today, so Farlow & Hedges' one-day Chicago livestock trading total was equivalent to more than $783,000 today. The partners in Farlow & Hedges were Sam Farlow of rural Camp  Read more..

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