Former Conservation reserve Program (CRP)

After the Conservation Reserve Program: Land Management with Wildlife in Mind -L-5508 After the Conservation Reserve Program: Land Management with Wildlife in Mind

When contracts for the Conservation Reserve Program expire, landowners must find profitable ways to manage their properties. These management decisions affect wildlife and habitat. Former CRP land can be returned to crop or livestock production and still be managed to benefit wildlife, and wildlife enterprises themselves can be viable options. (4 pp., 4 photos)

 

By: Kenneth A. Cearley, Chuck Kowaleski

 

 

New – November 25, 2008

Retail Price: $2.00

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After the Conservation Reserve program: Economic Decisions with Wildlife in Mind L-5511After the Conservation Reserve program: Economic Decisions with Wildlife in Mind

As Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contracts begin to expire, landowners must decide to re-enroll the land in the program, convert it back to crops or leave it in permanent cover for grazing and for wildlife. This publication is one of a series exploring those options. (6 pp, 2 photos, 4 tables)

By: Kenneth A. Cearley, Stephen H. Amosson, Patrick Warminski , DeDe Jones

New – April 7, 2009

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After the Conservation Reserve Program: Economic Decisions with Farming and Grazing in Mind – After the Conservation Reserve Program: Economic Decisions with Farming and Grazing in Mind L-5512

As Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contracts begin to expire, landowners must decide to re-enroll the land in the program, convert it back to crops or leave it in permanent cover for grazing and for wildlife. This publication is one of a series exploring those options. 6 pages,
2 photos, 6 tables

By: Kenneth A. Cearley, Stephen H. Amosson, Patrick Warminski , DeDe Jones, Nicholas Kenny

New – April 7, 2009

Retail Price: $2.00

 

 

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