A Bioeconomic Livestock/Wild Horse Trade-off Mechanism for Conserving Public Rangeland Vegetation
Horses, Vegetation, Livestock, Grazing, Grazing fees, Stocking rate, Highway curves, Consumption
The objective is to analyze a mechanism for controlling wild horse and livestock densities on public rangeland. The mechanism incorporates key ecological and economic parameters and is designed to be consistent with public interests in: (a) the multipleuse and sustained-yield management of rangeland vegetation, (b) the protection of wild horses, and (c) the prevention of economic harm to the western livestock industry.
Original Publication Citation
A Bioeconomic Livestock/Wild Horse Mechanism for Conserving Public Rangeland, (with Ray G. Huffaker and James E. Wilen) Western Journal of Agricultural Economics, 15 (1), July, 1990 pp. 73-82
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Huffaker, Ray G.; Wilen, James e.; and Gardner, B. Delworth, "A Bioeconomic Livestock/Wild Horse Trade-off Mechanism for Conserving Public Rangeland Vegetation" (1990). All Faculty Publications. 2223.
Western Journal of Agricultural Economics
Western Journal of Agricultural Economics © 1990 Western Agricultural Economics Association