Why Did the Cattle Industry Became a Big Business in the Late 1800s?

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The cattle industry became a big business in the late 1800's because there is a great demand for beef in the East. Because of this big demand, the price of cattle becomes very high. However, cattle industry later falls due to oversupply of cattle and lack of grass or feeding grounds of the cattle.
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