CitationD'Aquino, S. A. (1974). A case study for optimal allocation of range resources. Journal of Range Management, 27(3), 228-233.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractA linear programming model was developed to help in the management of range resource systems. This analysis simultaneously considers per acre management costs and resulting per animal gross revenues. The management plan sets out a season-by-season use of land areas and associated forage resources with the objective of maximizing net dollar returns. Procedures developed in this study may also be applied to public resource management problems.