Midwest farmers say wolves are a growing problem, urge Washington to act

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Midwest farmers are blaming gray wolves for attacks on their cattle.

They are howling at D-C to act, and lift tight regulations, so they can fight back.

Minnesota farmer, Joe Wilebski, said of Congress, “It’s so disheartening. They don’t care about us.”

He’s expressing the frustration being felt in Kittson County, Minnesota, where authorities blame wolves for eating livestock, and costing farmers money.

Wilebski said, “I’ve lived with wildlife all my life. There’s a place for everything, but there’s got to be checks and balances.”<<<Read More>>>