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It pays to stock your ranges conservativelyAuthor(s): W. M. Johnson
Source: The Westerner. 7: 40-41.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionIf a section of your mountain grazing land yielded an income of $316, $592, or $478 in a given year, depending upon the manner in which it was stocked, you would have felt badly, indeed, if you hadn’t secured the maximum return. Yet many stockmen are still taking a limited return each year because they do not realize the importance of good grass management or because they are not aware of the land potentialities.
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CitationJohnson, W. M. 1944. It pays to stock your ranges conservatively. The Westerner. 7: 40-41.
Keywordsrange management, grazing, livestock, cattle
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