$200,000 and counting: See what it cost to protect one Michigan farm from wolves

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Much of the estimated $200,000-plus is in soft money – administrative time and field work – in addition to about 38,000 in direct cash for cattle-loss claims and other assistance.“The amount of effort (US. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services) has provided … is significant,” wrote Brian Roell, wildlife biologist for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources in Marquette.

Source: $200,000 and counting: See what it cost to protect one Michigan farm from wolves | MLive.com