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Economic tradeoffs between livestock grazing and wildlife habitat: a ranch-level analysis



Economic tradeoffs between livestock grazing and wildlife habitat: a ranch-level analysis



Wildlife Society Bulletin. Fall; 223: 393-402



Multiple-use management of land resources for domestic livestock and wildlife is becoming an increasingly important issue on private and public lands in the USA. A modelling framework is presented to develop production plans which maximize returns from livestock grazing and meet deer and quail habitat constraints on private rangelands in Oklahoma. In the initial solution of the model, net returns are maximized from cattle grazing without concern for wildlife habitat.

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Accession: 002351992

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DOI: 10.2307/3783380



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