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Thread: Wolves to shoot or not to shoot.
07-18-2007, 08:34 AM #1
Wolves to shoot or not to shoot.
I know most of you on here are city folk and will not care or understand this.
Some will say they are an endangered species.
Those of us that raise livestock will say something different. They are a predator, plain and simple. If you have your livelihood threatened you may feel differently.
Having a farm and livestock I can understand the ranchers near Yellowstone’s anger, trying to raise livestock is hard enough, to keep them alive in ideal conditions.
Bring in a predator that kills for fun and knows no bonders that you can’t kill until it can be proven to have hurt your livestock is an outrage.
We don’t have a big problem here in Maine will wolves, yet. Coyotes are more of a problem now but with all the people here that own wolf hybrids, yes they are allowed here as pets. Problem is people don’t understand that this is a wild animal, the owners themselves are getting bitten by their own pets.
Then there are the ones that escape and just run wild.
Talk between yourselves.
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