|Title||Grazing Management Systems|
|Year of Publication||1970|
|Institution||New Mexico Inter-Agency Range Committee|
Much of New Mexico’s rangelands have become depleted of their natural and desired vegetative cover due to past management, drought, encroachment of undesirable plants, and other factors. These conditions or factors have seriously affected runoff, sediment, aesthetics, wildlife habitat, and forage production. Increases in undesirable plants also have caused problems in recreational and highway areas.