Byline: Z. H. Khan ABSTRACT: Studies on nature and extent of problems faced by agro-graziers were carried out in Multan, Bahawalpur, Rajanpur and D.G. Khan districts of Southern Punjab, Pakistan during last decade. From the studies, it was concluded that agro-graziers of Southern Punjab faced problems of varied nature like non-cooperative attitude of canal and forest departments for not allowing them to graze their animals along canals, forests, range areas and irrigated plantations. This not only resulted in underfeeding but the poor graziers also had to purchase fodders and concentrates at their high prices to overcome the problem of underfeeding and malnutrition of the grazing animals. In addition to this, prevalence of diseases and non-availability of veterinary medicines was also prominent problem for agro-graziers of the region.