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Plummeting Price Of Milk Leaves Dairy Farms Struggling For Profit
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Requirement to Vaccinate Female Cows Lifted in Montana

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana's Department of Livestock has lifted a requirement that female cattle imported into the state be vaccinated against brucellosis.

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Bull Elks In Yellowstone National Park
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Elk Kill Plan Approved By Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks [YouTube]

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials in Helena have approved once again a plan by landowners in the Paradise Valley to control the movement of elk that may be infected with brucellosis. 

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Bison roam the Black Hills of South Dakota
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Yellowstone National Park Considering New Bison Quarantine Areas

Yellowstone National Park officials are asking the public to help them decide if a new quarantine system for brucellosis-free bison is a good idea.

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Photo From nationalgeographic.com
Photo From nationalgeographic.com
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Montana Governor Says Bison Can Go To Reservations

Montana's governor says he will not block the relocation of 68 bison to two American Indian reservations.

Gov. Brian Schweitzer last week declared that no Yellowstone National Park bison could be moved within Montana

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Turner Ranch Bison Tested Positive For Brucellosis

The general manager of Ted Turner's western ranches confirms a bull bison from the Snowcrest Ranch in southwestern Montana tested positive for exposure to brucellosis last month and was destroyed.

Snowcrest tested nearly 1,700 animals for brucellosis

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photo courtesy of Doug Clemens, Flickr
photo courtesy of Doug Clemens, Flickr
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Stephens Creek Facility Full, Brucellosis Bison Back To Park

The Stephens Creek Facility in Yellowstone National Park is currently full of bison. There are two pens at the facility, one for bison that have tested negative for exposure to the disease brucellosis and the other for animals that have tested positive

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Bison problem
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Solving Brucellosis

Governor Brian Schweitzer says the idea he presented to new Yellowstone park superintendent Daniel Wenk is by no stretch of the imagination new.

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