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The Togo wolfpack in northeast Washington has killed one calf and injured two others since Fish and Wildlife decided to shoot the pack's two wolves, the department said Friday.

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The organization contends plant-based alternative meats are heavily processed and contain a host of undesirable ingredients.

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SEATTLE — A judge on Friday barred the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife from killing the only wolf left in the OPT pack in the Kettle River Ridge, a ruling that came shortly after th…

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No dairy has electronically reported small, private sales of cattle in the past two years, according to a Washington Department of Agriculture report, leaving a weakness in the state’s ability…

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Two pups and one adult in the OPT wolfpack in northeast Washington have been lethally removed, Fish and Wildlife reported Tuesday.

HERMISTON — As Annikah Perez waited to sell her 147-pound lamb at the Umatilla County Fair’s youth livestock auction on Saturday, her voice wavered as she described the good times she had with Tulip.

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Washington wildlife managers intend to kill the remaining two wolves in the Togo pack in the Kettle River Range of Ferry County, adding a second lethal-removal operation in the region.

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Two wolves seen east of Highway 395 and north of Mt. Vernon don’t appear to have bred, and there’s been no evidence of livestock depredations.

Grazing practices employed this fall greatly affect the grass growth next spring. The hot temperatures will soon be over and fall weather will be here. It’s time to be thinking about fall gras…

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A U.S. Forest Service plan released Friday would reduce designated sage grouse habitat in Wyoming and Nevada while easing grazing rules intended to protect the ground-dwe…

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Plans for protecting sage grouse in five Western states are being changed in ways that will conserve habitat while allowing ranchers to maintain their livelihoods, federal …

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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The state of Washington has announced plans to kill more wolves from a pack that is repeatedly preying on cattle in Ferry County.

A rancher lawfully shot a Togo pack wolf July 24 that was bringing down a calf on private grazing land in Ferry County, Wash., a state Fish and Wildlife spokeswoman said Wednesday.

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ROSEBURG, Ore. — Neighboring ranchers Matthew Brady and Harold Terry have moved their livestock to green pastures as a wildfire advances through the area.

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Most Washington residents disagree with shooting wolves that kill livestock, though support for lethal removal is high in counties with active wolfpacks, according to a new survey on attitudes…

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Washington Fish and Wildlife determined Friday the OPT wolfpack preyed on three more calves grazing in the Colville National Forest in northeast Washington, sources said Monday.

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The Grouse Flats wolfpack in southeast Washington has attacked a second calf this month, putting the pack one depredation away from being a candidate for culling by the state Department of Fis…

USDA announced another $100 million in Agricultural Trade Promotion funding on top of $200 million awarded last January as part of the administration’s tariff relief for agriculture.

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Local health and law enforcement officials would be obligated to enforce new manure-storage rules under a proposal circulated by the Washington State Board of Health.

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At least three calves and probably a fourth have been attacked by the OPT pack since the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife killed one wolf in hopes of stopping the depredations, the a…

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Wolves killed another calf Monday in northeast Washington, according to Diamond M rancher Len McIrvin, who says that over a decade he’s seen more than a dozen methods tried to prevent depredat…

Total cattle and beef cow numbers are unchanged from a year ago, hitting a plateau.

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The OPT wolfpack in northeast Washington has attacked three calves in the Colville National Forest since Fish and Wildlife shot one wolf in hopes of changing the pack's behavior, according to …

More hard red winter and soft red winter wheat grown in the Midwest will be used for livestock feed as their prices become competitive with corn prices.

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An adult male wolf in the OPT pack in northeastern Washington has been killed by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife, which will now wait to see whether the pack’s eight surviving wolves…

CORVALLIS, Ore. — When Oregon State University cut the budget for the Sheep Center in 2012, many in the industry thought it would cease to exist.

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The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s incremental approach to thinning a wolfpack in the Kettle River Range leads to a cycle of conflict between wolves and livestock, a cattlemen’s …

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The Grouse Flats wolfpack in southeast Washington killed a calf in a 160-acre fenced pasture, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife said today.