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Ranch values and the federal grazing fee

, : Ranch values and the federal grazing fee. Journal of Range Management 40(5): 397-400

Past analysis of the impacts of higher federal grazing fees on ranch values have been purely speculative due to the absence of observations on sales of Western US cattle ranches under a wide range of fee levels.

Accession: 001667989

DOI: 10.2307/3899595

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