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Arizona Starts Research Grant to Limit Wolf and Cattle Interactions

From Drovers.com:

In an effort to limit conflicts between Mexican gray wolves and cattle, funding for a grant program has been established by the Arizona Livestock Board. Ranchers would be eligible to seek funding for employing measures that limit the interactions of cattle and wolves.

The program was unanimously approved by the board during a November meeting, but it was not announced until Jan. 3. The program is aimed at researching preventative measures such as deploying range riders can prevent conflicts.

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