Raymond Becker

Raymond B. Becker, 1983 Inductee
Raymond B. Becker, 1983 Inductee

Raymond B. Becker’s work on micronutrient requirements is considered to be as responsible as any other single factor in the development of the total cattle industry in Florida and other similar regions of the world. A second contribution to Florida is his work with citrus residues that turned a waste product into a multi-million dollar business by converting leftovers from citrus processing into dried pulp for cattle feed.

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