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New bill seeks to delist gray wolves

Members of Congress from three states, including Washington, have introduced legislation to delist gray wolves as threatened or endangered in 48 states. More

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Livestock and pasture expert to lead workshop

WSU Extension class on taking care of pasture More

 

Zinke orders transparency in settlement agreements

Public Land Council, NCBA say shedding light on the process of sue and settle might make it more difficult for the Interior Department to placate... More

 

Beef exports strong, pork exports slowed by tariffs

U.S. exports of beef increased in July while the value of pork exports declined due to retaliatory duties imposed by Mexico and China. More

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WDFW shoots one wolf in NE Washington

Washington shoots juvenile wolf in Old Profanity Peak pack territory More

Attack prompts questions on whether to kill more cougars

The number of cougars killed due to human or livestock conflicts reached 169 animals in 2016 More

Selected Western livestock auctions

Livestock prices from around the region. More

Washington judge lets Fish and Wildlife target wolfpack

Judge lets Washington cull pack in Old Profanity Peak territory More

National wool and sheep review

Slaughter lambs were steady to 6.00 higher, except at Ft. Collins, Colo., sharply lower. More

National feeder and stocker cattle report

Calves and yearlings sold fully steady to 5.00 higher with many major markets compared to two weeks ago coming back from last week’s Labor Day Holiday. More

Western hay price report

Most Columbia Basin producers are paying for the tarping included in the FOB price which costs them 15.00/ton. More

Groups Seek Ban On M-44 ‘Cyanide Bombs’ In Oregon

Wildlife Services states it uses M-44s to kill problem coyotes, foxes and feral dogs. More

Cattle losses climb as Washington wolfpack attacks

Wolves taking toll on cattle in old Profanity Peak area More

North Cascade grizzlies apparently on hold

An aide to U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-Wash., says he doesn’t believe there will be any federal decision on North Cascade grizzly bear reintroduction this month. More

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