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Three major problems emerge from the debate about public grazing policy: (1) range land quality continues to deteriorate despite over a half century of federal effort to protect and rehabilitate public lands; (2) current stewardship of public range lands is inconsistent with multiple use management and associated negative environmental impacts flourish; and (3) grazing fees do not reflect the full social costs of providing the forage.

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