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Wildlife agencies, sheriff investigate after wolves chase woman

Agencies followup on woman chased up tree by wolves More

Featured Stories

Young sheep shearer gets a hand from county Farm Bureau

Austin VanHouten, 15, has a dream of starting a sheep shearing business, and the Douglas County Farm Bureau offered help. More

 

Unique cattle known for milk production, disposition

Tarentaise cattle are originally from France, where they are still used almost exclusively as a dairy breed because of their high milk production. More

 

Western Innovator: Helping ranchers deal with wolves

Jay Shepherd is working to help ranchers deal with wolves from the ground up. More

Livestock

National feeder and stocker cattle report

Steers and heifers sold 1.00 to 4.00 higher with instances 6.00 to 7.00 higher. More

Western hay price report

The trade war appears to be worsening. The tariff increase to China went from 7.5 percent to now 32.5 percent. More

Environmentalists claim USDA must study Oregon wolf killing

An attorney for the federal government argued that a review is only mandatory when a federal agency has control over an activity. More

Forest Service defends its no-permit requirement for hunting derby

An attorney for the government argued that a permit for a predator hunting derby wasn’t necessary because the hunters aren’t limited to any particular part of the national forest and can hunt outside it. More

Washington’s wolf peacemaker ends her tenure

Francine Madden ends works with Washington wolf group More

Selected Western livestock prices

Auction results from around the region. More

Selected Western livestock auction prices

Auction results from around the West. More

National feeder and stocker cattle report

Next week all the major markets will be open for business and will give an indication on trends. More

National wool and sheep review

Due to the July 4th holiday the Sheep Summary report was not issued. More

Western hay price report

Most exporters were waiting until July 6 to get clarity on the tariff issue. More

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