Rancher says wolves driving him off range

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A northeast Washington cattlemen says he will forgo grazing cattle next year on Forest Service land because of conflicts with wolves.
Don JenkinsCapital Press

Published on August 27, 2018 7:36AM

A northeast Washington cattlemen says he will pare down his herd and keep it off a Forest Service grazing allotment next year because of wolves.

Ferry County rancher Ron Eslick lost a calf to the Togo wolfpack in May. The pack has attacked at least three cattle belonging to another producer on a neighboring allotment this month. Eslick said Thursday he doesn’t know whether wolves have taken more of his cattle still out on the range, but the herd…

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