Date of Award:
Master of Science (MS)
Agricultural Systems Technology and Education
Darwin B. Nielsen
Forest Service grazing permits for cattle and sheep were analyzed. A livestock and land resource summary was completed for each non-temporary permit reported on the 98 forests in the twelve western states.
The economic feasibility of private rangeland improvements to offset public land grazing in Rich County, Utah, was analyzed in the second section of this thesis. The internal rate of return for various projects was computed. The internal rate of return was used as an indicator of the economic feasibility to ranchers. These estimates were made on a county basis and do not apply to any particular ranch situation.
Bailey, Barton F., "An Analysis of Forest Service Grazing Statistics and a Case Study of Public Grazing in Rich County, Utah" (1969). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. Paper 3248.
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