Wyoming officials worry brucellosis rule could affect state's cattle ranchers

Dec 20, 2007
State of Wyoming officials say they’re concerned an upcoming federal rule governing brucellosis in wildlife and livestock might threaten the state’s newly regained brucellosis-free status. During a meeting of the state Brucellosis Coordination Team, Wyoming Game and Fish Department Director Terry Cleveland said he’s worried that the new rules might, in effect, punish Wyoming cattle ranchers because of brucellosis in elk. “I don̵...

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