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Economic impacts of alternative grazing fees on selected representative ranches and rural communities in the Western States



Economic impacts of alternative grazing fees on selected representative ranches and rural communities in the Western States



AFPC Policy Working Paper ( 92-6): v + 94pp.



This study examines the prospective economic impacts of alternative federal grazing fee formulas in western USA.

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