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The Bureau of Land Management and the Forest Service control for regular lease many acres suitable for livestock production. This report uses a theoretical economic framework to review the allocation and pricing of Federal range forage. The authors evaluated fee system alternatives and determined that no system simultaneously satisfied all economic criteria. Maintenance of the current system, a switch to competitive bidding, or an administrative cost-based fee seemed to be the best options.

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