C. Raymond Hoglund
Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
Professor EmeritusAEC/AFRE Faculty, 1948-1975
M.S., 1941. University of Minnesota
B.S., 1940. University of Minnesota
Professor Emeritus, C. Raymond Hoglund, was born in McPherson, Kansas, 1906. He was Associate Professor, South Dakota State College, 1943-48; Cooperative Agent, University of Wisconsin, and Soil Conservation Service, LaCrosse, Wisconsin, 1941-43; Field Representative, Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., Minn., 1935-40. He joined MSU/AEC in 1948 with research focus particularly in the economics of dairy farming, forage production, storage and utilization. Other fields of interest: dairy farm management, dairy adjustments and forage economics.
Honors: American Grassland Council Merit Award 1963, AAAS Fellow Award 1964, National Silo Assn. Z. W. Craine Award, 1965.
- Free-stall vs. Conventional Loose Housing: A Comparison. 1963. by C.R. Hoglund, R.L. Maddex and W.W. Snyder. MSUExtension Bulletin
- Nutritional and Economic Aspects of Feed Utilization by Dairy Cows. 1959. Edited at Michigan State University by C.R. Hoglund and others.