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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Welcome to the Livestock Management Incentive Program

The Agriculture Infrastructure Fund was established by CO-57-16 to use any remaining indemnity payments in excess of the amount necessary to guarantee the subsequent Crop Year's insurance premiums to fund and implement agriculture infrastructure projects on the Navajo Nation.

The Livestock Management Incentive Program is designed to assist Navajo Ranchers during the ongoing drought long term drought, who are using the best management practices and to encourage ranchers to reduce and maintain their livestock herd numbers to permitted levels current range carrying capacity levels.

Best management practices may include: erosion control, brush/weed management, range restoration, soil/water conservation, reseeding, water collection and storage. In addition, the program can assist with supplemental feeds to provide needed nutritional feed ingredients for improved herd health and livestock reproductive cycles, which are absent in rangelands due to drought conditions.

 

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