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Separate Wolf Attacks Reported on Wisconsin Farms
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 07/10/2020
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has reported another pair of wolf attacks on Wisconsin livestock operations.
The agency's wildlife service reports that a beef calf was killed on June 23 on a farm in the town of Maple in Douglas County.
Another similar incident happened in Wood County on July 1, where a beef calf was preyed upon by wolves in the town of Port Edwards.
Since wolves are federally listed as an endangered species in Wisconsin, it is not legal to kill them as a protective measure to save other animals or people.
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