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Wolves attack five more calves in northeast Washington
Depredations continue in Old Profanity territory

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Rabobank: Swine fever changing trade outlook
Rabobank: Swine fever changing trade outlook
Spread of African swine fever in China and/or Europe increases the risk for all countries but is also likely to increase U.S. pork exports.
Selected Western livestock auctions
Livestock prices from around the region.
Treasured Sunrise Acres dairy goes goat-only
Treasured Sunrise Acres dairy goes goat-only
The Parma, Idaho, business sells goat milk and its own formulation of feed.
WDFW shoots one wolf in NE Washington
WDFW shoots one wolf in NE Washington
Washington shoots juvenile wolf in Old Profanity Peak pack territory
Livestock and pasture expert to lead workshop
Livestock and pasture expert to lead workshop
WSU Extension class on taking care of pasture
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
New bill seeks to delist gray wolves
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.
Selected Western livestock auctions
Livestock prices from around the region.
Zinke orders transparency in settlement agreements
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 environmental groups.
Washington judge lets Fish and Wildlife target wolfpack
Washington judge lets Fish and Wildlife target wolfpack
Judge lets Washington cull pack in Old Profanity Peak territory

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