Loveland, city (1990 pop. 37,352), Larimer co., N Colo.; inc. 1881. Loveland lies in a fertile farm area, irrigated by the Colorado–Big Thompson project. It is a processing and shipping center for sugar beets, grains, fruits and vegetables, beans, and livestock. The city also produces building materials; metal products; electrical, computer, and medical equipment; and chemicals.
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