Wolf ruling receives criticism from ag community
Last week’s announcement of the Oregon ruling on wolf reclassification
sent shock waves through the agriculture community and has producer
organizations in the affected states planning their appeal.
A federal judge in Oregon ruled last Tuesday that the Bush
administration violated the Endangered Species Act when it relaxed
protections on some of the gray wolf populations in April 2003. U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) divided the wolves range into three
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