Grazing lease agreements should specify stocking rate, lease rate and a drought clause
Stocking rate can be expressed in different ways. Sometimes it is expressed as the average number of animals during the lease period. Animal-days or animal-unit-days are better ways to figure stocking rate. The method you choose to express stocking rate should be clearly written in the lease agreement and discussed between all parties.
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