PRAIRIE FARE Bison Are at Home on the Range
Whenever I drive to Jamestown, N.D., I always peer off to the distant hill looking for the famous albino bison. Its not a mythological creature. White Cloud really exists, and now the herd has an addi... Posted on 5/1/15 at 8:46 AM
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HELENA, Mont. — A bacterial disease has been found in Ted Turner’s 4,600-head bison herd in Montana, the first time brucellosis has been discovered in a domestic herd in the state in more than two years.
MILNOR, N.D. — Bison are a picture of physical toughness on the prairie, surely no tougher than the core of producers who have managed to live through a market that overheated in the mid- to late 1990s and then fell into a deep freeze.
HELENA, Mont. — Montana livestock agents are on track to push several hundred bison back into Yellowstone National Park by a Saturday deadline, despite the objections of advocates who want the bison left to roam outside the park.
BILLINGS, Mont. — A state official says two bison that were part of a federal animal disease study were shot and killed after they wandered into an off-limits area north of Yellowstone National Park and could not be turned back.
BILLINGS, Mont. — Montana livestock agents have started their annual roundup of Yellowstone National Park bison, pushing migrating animals back toward the park to prevent them from coming into contact with cattle.
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