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Oregon lawmakers consider banning livestock discrimination

A proposed bill would prohibit county ordinances that discriminate against specific species of livestock. More

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Oregon ranch fighting Rogue River management plans

An Oregon ranch and two industry groups have filed a lawsuit challenging management plans for the Rogue river. More


WDFW reply to sharp email on wolves causes flap

Washington wolf email flap More


Wildlife Services says it’s working to avoid future wolf harm

Activists are harshly critical of the M-44 cyanide devices, which they say are extremely dangerous and kill indiscriminately. More


Brazil meat exports collapse in wake of inspection scandal

Brazil's meat exports effectively collapsed this week, the agricultural minister said, as several countries halted imports from the South American country in the wake of a meat inspection scandal More

Dead cattle in Eastern Oregon reservoir disturb tourists

Dead cattle floating in a reservoir just west of the Oregon-Idaho border are causing trouble for tourists More

Critics urge more livestock antibiotics oversight in Oregon

Critics of federal oversight of livestock antibiotics want Oregon lawmakers to pass a bill that would limit antibiotic uses. More

Livestock Hall of Fame to honor new inductees

The Southern Idaho Livestock Hall of Fame will honor its newest inductees April 11 More

WDFW floats new way to count wolf attacks

WDFW floats new way of counting wolf depredations More

Bill would enable California beef research, promotion panel

Legislation would enable California cattle ranchers to vote on whether to set up a state beef promotion and research commission. More

Judge dismisses lawsuit against grazing on eight Oregon allotments

A federal judge has rejected arguments that cattle grazing hurts endangered sucker fish in violation of forest management law. More

Washington lawmaker not on board with hiking beef checkoff

Washington state lawmakers says he doubts House will got for doubling Beef Commission's budget More

Spain reports case of mad cow disease

The cow belonged to a herd on a farm near the city of Salamanca in the northwestern region of Castilla-Leon. More

Senate sends BLM rule repeal to president

BLM’s 2.0 rule regarding changes in its land-management planning is losing ground after the Senate and House both voted to repeal it. More

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