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Chapter 6
Livestock Grazing Management

Selective Management Category

 

STANDARD CRITERIA

I

M

C

Resource Objective:

Far below desired condition

Near or at desired condition

Near desired condition

Resource Trend:

Stable, moving toward objective, or moving away from objective

Stable, or moving toward objective

Stable, or moving toward objective

Effect of Present Management:

Present management not satisfactory to maintain or each objectives

Present management contributing toward maintaining or meeting objectives

Present management contributing toward maintaining or meeting objectives

Resource Conflicts:

Conflicts evident

Conflicts limited

Conflicts minimal

TOTAL SCORE:

   
    

OPTIONAL CRITERIA

I

M

C

Amount of Public Land

>60%, change possible

59%-10%, change restricted

<10%, change not feasible

Cooperation:

Low level of cooperation

 

Cooperative and reliable

Economic Return:

Positive return

Possible return

Return not likely

TOTAL SCORE:

   

 

 

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