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WA lawmakers OK new way to deter wolves

Washington lawmakers thrust state Department of Agriculture into campaign to prevent conflicts between wolves and cattle More

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Portland students get first-hand look at possible wolf depredation

Two teens from the Sunnyside Environmental School witness field biologist investigate cow, calf killed in Wallowa County. More

 

S. Idaho Livestock Hall of Fame honors inductees

Inductees are honored for their contributions to the livestock industry and their communities in southern Idaho. More

 

More wolf packs expected in southwest Oregon

Besides OR-7’s pack, there are plenty of up-and-comers which, under the right conditions, could also reach pack status. More

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Review of Oregon’s wolf management plan begins

A public hearing April 21 in Klamath Falls begins what is certain to be a contentious rehash of wolves’ impact on livestock and wild prey. More

Livestock antibiotics bill dies in Oregon Senate

A bill restricting antibiotic usage in livestock has died in the Senate Health Care Committee. More

Bovine TB identified in small Michigan beef cattle herd

Bovine tuberculosis has been found in a small herd of beef cattle in Michigan's northeastern Lower Peninsula More

Air emissions exemption for farms overturned

An exemption for farms from having to report certain air pollutants has been invalidated. More

Wolves kill a calf in Oregon’s Wallowa County

A dead cow was found near the calf’s remains, but showed no sign of having been attacked by wolves. More

Rural Oregonians defend trapper program against cuts

Gov. Kate Brown’s budget would cut $934,340 from the trapper program in the next biennium. More

Kansas family faces life and death in prairie wildfire

A howling north wind blew a wildfire that left carcasses _ of valued animals and prized trees _ on Brandon Grigsby's 600-acre ranch north of Ashland More

Farm Bureau to feds: Don’t bring griz to North Cascades

Washington Farm Bureau recommends federal agencies drop plans to import grizzly bears More

Farmers dismayed that USDA delays fair practice rule

A rule designed to protect the legal rights of farmers who grow chickens and hogs for the nation's largest meat processors has been delayed by at least six months, halting an initiative rolled out in the final days of Barack Obama's administration More

Hawaii cattle company gets $300,000 to expand production

The cattle company recently purchased and upgraded Oahu’s only slaughterhouse with the goal of expanding Hawaii’s market for locally produced beef. More

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