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NMSU's Ranch Management Series focuses on restocking strategies
The well-received rains across much of New Mexico in August and September have improved rangeland conditions and optimism in the ranching community. While most would agree that there is uncertainty as to whether the drought has subsided, ranchers are cautiously strategizing options to restock New Mexico rangelands.
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