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Grizzlies euthanized after livestock attack
Fish, Wildlife and Parks say the bears were the farthest east of the Rocky Mountain Front than any grizzly bear has been seen in more than a century.

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Cattlemen get update on traceability
Cattlemen get update on traceability
There will be a lot of hoops to jump through in exporting beef to China, with traceability at the top of the list.
Yellowstone wants brucellosis quarantine facility for bison
Male bison must be quarantined for a year before they can be deemed free of the disease.
Governor declares drought emergency in eastern Montana
Bullock says farmers and ranchers are feeling the effects after a winter of below-average rain and snow.
Eco-group billboard blitz to greet Interior chief in Montana
Ryan Zinke is scheduled to address the Western Governors Association’s annual conference Tuesday in the town of Whitefish.
In major blow to Brazil, US suspends meat product imports
The decision came three months after a major scandal into allegations of bribed meat inspectors shook Brazil’s meat industry.
US officials to lift Yellowstone grizzly bear protections
The final ruling by the Fish and Wildlife Service to remove Yellowstone grizzlies from the list of endangered and threatened species will give jurisdiction over the bears to Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.
California beehive heists lead to felony charges
The men charged with possessing more than 1,200 stolen beehives could each spend more than a decade in jail if convicted.
UI research initiatives support animal agriculture
UI research initiatives support animal agriculture
Agricultural research at the University of Idaho is disproportionately geared toward plant-based agriculture, given a big shift to livestock production in the state, but efforts are afoot to transform the college of agriculture.
Ranchers fume as ‘Rainbow Family’ set to camp on federal land in Oregon
Ranchers fume as ‘Rainbow Family’ set to camp on federal land in Oregon
Allowing thousands of make-shift campers on sensitive habitat doesn’t sit well with ranchers who must follow strict grazing rules.
Lawsuit seeks reassessment of predator control program
The suit says new studies have questioned whether killing predators protects livestock.