"Total grazing fees last year came to $168,942 – just $3.33 per animal – less than a latte.
The Forest Service takes in so little from grazing, the U.S. Government Accountability Office has reported, that it loses millions of dollars administering the national program. "The public pays to have cows contaminate the water," said Buckley, the nonprofit director."
Thanks a lot for the article. Grazing on public lands should be shut down for the most part in my opinion. That Yost character isn't someone that I agree with.
And to think that cattle raised on public land is sometimes sold as "environmentally friendly", grass fed beef. Screw that!