Montana Makes Record Payments for Livestock Killed by Wolves

By | December 3, 2015

The Flathead Beacon reports that the Montana Livestock Loss Board has made record payments this year for depredations caused by wolves and grizzly bears. The Great Falls Tribune reports that as of Monday, the state has paid more than $146,700 for the deaths of 133 head of livestock. Up until now, the most expensive year was 2009, with $144,995 paid for the deaths of 370 head of livestock. Read the full story here.

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