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Animal husbandry was developed through experience at first, but in the latter half of the 19th century, leaders of government recognized the need to further develop its agriculture, for only an efficient agriculture could free labor to develop a great nation. Thus, the significance of U.S. agriculture today, and meat-animal production as a large part of it, can be attributed to such enabling acts as the Homestead Act of 1862 (which encouraged and enhanced the development of family farms), the Morrill Act of 1862 (which established the State Agricultural Experiment Stations), and the Smith-Lever Act of 1914 (which established the Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service). All of these developments did indeed lead to a more efficient animal-production industry which provided adequate supplies of meat for U.S. citizens, as well as an excess for export in the beginning of the 20th century.

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The meat-packing industry developed at central marketing points such as Philadelphia, and then westward to Cincinnati, Chicago, Kansas City and Omaha. The Chicago stockyards, established in 1865, soon became the nation’s leading livestock market. The development of the railway system and very importantly, the refrigerated railroad car, was a major factor in developing huge meat-packing industries in both Chicago and Kansas City. Marketing and the sale of carcasses by processors to retailers led to the recognition of value differences among animals sold for slaughter and ultimate consumption. Consumer protection from meat unfit for consumption first came about in the passage of the Meat Inspection Act of 1906.Subsequently, livestock shows, patterned after those of Europe, were sponsored by central markets and meat packers, such as the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia and Fat Stock Shows in Chicago and Kansas City. These shows were the forerunners of the International Livestock Exposition in Chicago and the American Royal in Kansas City in about 1900, as well as in other cities with public stockyards.

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