U.S. Wildlife Services plans critter control

Feedlot and dairy producers depend on action from the USDA to control birds eating feed and harassing calves. (The Enterprise-John L. Braese)

VALE – Cattle producers don’t want starlings eating feed and pecking at young calves. Irrigators don’t want beavers delaying water supplies in the heat of the summer. Range riders don’t want coyotes harassing mother cows about to give birth.

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