A feedlot operator in Nebraska who has been linked to more than 200 cattle dying from neglect has been charged with more crimes in the case.
Aaron Ogren, 30, of Exeter, Nebraska, has been arrested and charged with multiple counts of animal cruelty after more than 200 cattle died on a feedlot.
After more than 200 cattle died on a feedlot in Nebraska, the cattle feeder who was responsible for the animals' care has pleaded not guilty to 40 charges he faces in the alleged livestock neglect case.
A wolf pack in northeastern Washington has committed three more attacks on cattle, making their total amount of livestock depredation come to 15 this year.
A GPS collared wolf that is a member of a pack in Washington known to prey on livestock has been injured after it was shot by a rancher.
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USDA's cattle on feed report counted 11.83 million head on feed, which is 101.2% of last year and up 4.8% from October as feedlot inventories increase to a seasonal peak.
Kansas Livestock Association Vice President of Communications Todd Domer retired October 31 after more than 34 years with the organization.