Grazing seems to be turning expensive! At least $123 million is spent by federal agencies each year, to keep public lands open to livestock grazing. $123 million! That is what a government report says. Ranching on the millions of acres of public lands has been a mainstay of western life for more than a century. Ranchers pay a fee often based on the amount of grass and other vegetation their cows will eat. The agencies spend the money on managing permits and leases, building fences and developing water projects, among other activities. As more demands are put on western lands, the arrangement increasingly has caused friction. Such concerns of the environmentalists raise several questions -The most frequent one is, should the taxpayers support public lands grazing? What do you think?
It Costs $123 Million a Year to Keep Public Lands Open for Grazing
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