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State agency has made no decision on killing wolves
Washington’s policy allows killing wolves if they prey on livestock three times in a 30-day period.

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Washington county tallying elk damage to farms
Washington county tallying elk damage to farms
Skagit County assessor surveys elk damage to farmland
WDFW backtracks on shutting down wolf-tracking data
WDFW backtracks on shutting down wolf-tracking data
WDFW backtracks on wolf collars
Togo wolfpack attacks livestock again in NE Washington
Togo wolfpack attacks livestock again in NE Washington
Washington wolfpack kills cattle; no action yet from WDFW
Governors say ban on land deals could hurt beleaguered bird
BLM announced on July 24 that it would no longer use mandatory off-site compensatory mitigation on most federal land.
National wool and sheep review
Sheep and lamb slaughter under federal inspection for the week to date totaled 38,000 compared with 36,000 last week and 36,000 last year.
National feeder and stocker cattle report
The market continues to be very active on loads of yearlings especially in desirable flesh conditions that every cattle feeder loves to buy.
Western hay price report
According to the NASS Crop Production report Aug. 10, California Alfalfa and Alfalfa Mixtures area harvested for 2018 is 730,000 acres with a yield of 3.70 bushels per acre vs. 720,000 acres with a yield of 3.90 bushels per acre for 2017.
Final plan for central Idaho wilderness area approved
The legislation approving the wilderness areas allows continued livestock grazing where it existed before the wilderness designation.
Judge upholds permanent removal of Oregon wild horses
Judge upholds permanent removal of Oregon wild horses
A federal judge refused to overturn the government’s decision to permanently remove about 150 wild horses from Eastern Oregon’s Three Fingers Management Area despite a legal error.
Selected Western livestock auctions
Livestock prices from around the region.

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