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Livestock Grazing: Federal Expenditures and Receipts Vary, Depending on the Agency and the Purpose of the Fee Charged
Ranchers pay a fee to graze their livestock on fed

Our Price: $30.00
By Robin M. Nazzaro (au)
Year: 2005
Pages: 109
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422304671

Ranchers pay a fee to graze their livestock on fed. land, primarily on fed. land located in the western states managed by 10 fed. agencies. The fee is based on the amount of forage that a cow & her calf can eat in 1 month. Advocates argue that grazing uses fed. land productively & that the grazing fee is fair. Opponents argue that grazing damages public resources & that grazing fees are too low. This report determines the: extent of, & purposes for, grazing in FY 2004 on lands 10 fed. agencies manage; amount fed. agencies spent in FY 2004 to manage grazing; total grazing receipts the 10 agencies collected in FY 2004 & amounts disbursed; & fees charged in 2004 by the 10 agencies, western states, & ranchers, & reasons for any differences. Tables.

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