Late-season grazing leaves in place for longer the grasses and other vegetation that sage grouse nest in, increasing their breeding success, researchers concluded.
ODFW says Shamrock Pack was responsible for Wallowa County attack.
Some 33 people from 19 states and Canada visited the Willamette Valley.
It’s unclear if the review will change the way USDA Wildlife Services uses cyanide predator t
Ranchers in Okanogan County, Washington, believe the USFS is trying to take away rights to graze cattle on federal land. A county commissioner says more of the same might be happening in the West.
House ag committee passes beef checkoff bill
The North Dakota Stockmen’s Association and its Stockmen’s Foundation each have pledged $15,000 to help affected ranchers in Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado.
A proposed bill would prohibit county ordinances that discriminate against specific species of livestock.
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
Dead cattle floating in a reservoir just west of the Oregon-Idaho border are causing trouble for tourists
An Oregon ranch and two industry groups have filed a lawsuit challenging management plans for the Rogue river.
Critics of federal oversight of livestock antibiotics want Oregon lawmakers to pass a bill that would limit antibiotic uses.
The Southern Idaho Livestock Hall of Fame will honor its newest inductees April 11
Washington wolf email flap