Recent central Wisconsin livestock attacks reignite old feuds about gray wolf protections

From the Wisconsin Rapids Tribune:

WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Recent wolf attacks in central Wisconsin have reignited feuds about the protection of wolves under the Endangered Species Act, which prohibits killing the animals unless human life is in danger.

Ray and Barb Calaway, farmers near Wisconsin Rapids, woke July 8 to find that 13 of their sheep had been killed by wolves. Three days later, Diane Schiller’s 18-year-old dog, Tucker, was killed by a wolf just a quarter mile from the Calaway’s farm.

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