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Economic impacts of alternative federal grazing fee formulas on representative ranches in New Mexico, Wyoming, Montana and Nevada



Economic impacts of alternative federal grazing fee formulas on representative ranches in New Mexico, Wyoming, Montana and Nevada



AFPC Policy Working Paper ( 92-4): vi + 67pp.



The impacts of alternative grazing fee formulas on the economic viability and income risk of western USA ranchers who use federal rangeland is analysed by simulating representative ranches in Montana, New Mexico, Nevada and Wyoming using the farm level income and policy simulation model (FLIPSIM). The economic activity on each representative ranch is simulated over a 6-year (1992-97) planning horizon.

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