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.
The infectious bacterial disease brucellosis has been found in a beef cow in eastern Idaho, and state agriculture officials are scrambling to see if the infection is isolated or if it has spread to other herds.
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