The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is considering a new fee to compensate farmers for losses to wildlife, or to help them prevent depredation.
Ranchers oppose proposed budget cuts to the Oregon Department of Agriculture’s wolf compensat
The agreement follows several years of court skirmishes between environmental groups and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management involving Idaho for Wildlife’s Predator Hunting Contest.
Ranchers from some rural communities fear the new designations will amount to another layer of bureaucracy aimed at pushing them from the land.
Farm owner Brian Farmer says the calf has been returned to its mother and his thick neck, strong body and gentle disposition make him a good candidate for breeding stock.
Bison managers are making progress on their goal to eliminate 1,300 bison from the Yellowstone herd.
House committee endorses legislation stemming from death threats against Washington wildlife manages and ranchers
A Washington legislator's proposal to de-list wolves in his district falls flat, but not before the issue gets raised
In 2014, the USDA’s analysis concluded its wolf control activities didn’t have significant environmental impacts, but five environmental groups challenged that finding in federal court.
Washington lawmakers consider raising brand inspection fees; some cattlemen's groups support the plan, but not all
Rancher George Wolner is worried about an errant grizzly bear wandering onto his 17-acre property and feasting on livestock if enough berries and other food aren’t available.
The lawsuit claims the federal agency is basing wolf control actions on an outdated environmental assessment from 2011.
Widespread flooding is damaging crops and fields and stressing livestock.