Rancher's loss to wolves reaches $50,000 in one year
Siddoway Sheep Co. runs five herds on thousands of primarily National Forest acres toward the Idaho/ Wyoming border, ranging from St. Anthony to Palisades to Island Park. Each allotment spans 6,000 to 11,000 acres. The Dog Creek allotment where elk feed has been hit worst with 35 sheep kills on the Bridger- Teton National Forest.
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