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The Little Missouri National Grasslands serve as grazing land for several of North Dakota's small farmers and ranchers who have secured the proper permits. Due to the need for permits, it is unlikely that out-of-state residents living in states with extreme drought could use the lands to graze their animals.

No takers on ND grazing offer

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Bone dry conditions in other states do not appear to be leading people to bring their animals over the state line to North Dakota from what many local officials tell.

Late last month, North Dakota's Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring approved for landowners to accept animals from other states who need a place to graze.

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