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Still no word on how protected Oregon wolf died

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service declined to provide updated information on the investigation. More

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WDFW calls off hunt for Profanity Peak wolfpack

Washington wildlife managers end hunt for remnants of Profanity Peak pack, but pledge to resume search if more livestock are attacked More


WDFW suspends hunt for remaining wolfpack members

Washington wildlife managers have reportedly halted the search for the Profanity Peak pack during hunting season, but it's unclear whether the... More


Mohnen new president of Oregon hay organization

Greg Mohnen, 64, is the manager of the McGinnis Ranch and president of both the Central Oregon Hay Growers Association and the Oregon Hay and Forage... More


Ranchers raise $14K for Beef Counts

Ranchers recently raised $14,000 for Beef Counts, a program that helps provide food to families in need. More

S. Oregon rancher frustrated by wolf attacks

Butch Wampler discovered the three steers that had been attacked. More

Woman granted wish to attend Idaho sheep festival

A young women's wish to experience the Trailing of the Sheep Festval came to life through the Idaho chapter of Make-A-Wish Foundation and sheep festival organizers. More

WSU lamb program offered in Wyoming

An industry program from Washington State University Extension, Lamb 300, will be offered Nov. 3-5 in Laramie, Wyo. More

Poll shows Oregonians favor wolf deterrence, not death

The survey showed a majority of respondents favor non-lethal methods of preventing wolf attacks on Oregon livestock. More

Judge rules religious rites trump animal rights, for now

The order would have required the synagogue to perform the ritual only at a slaughterhouse. More

Judge rejects Idaho anti-grazing arguments

Sheep grazing's impact on sage grouse was sufficiently studied on 220,000 publicly owned acres in Idaho, a judge has ruled. More

Florida officials hope quarantine, irradiated flies stop screwworm

The U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed Sept. 30 that screwworm was killing rare, dog-sized deer in the Florida Keys. More

Woman sentenced in cattle theft

Anita Branton pleaded guilty to committing theft of livestock. More

Wolves, possibly from OR-7’s pack, kill two calves in S. Oregon

Two calves were found mostly eaten and a third had bite wounds on all four legs. The attacks happened on private land in Southern Oregon. More

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