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A bison herd with calves travels through Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park. The park has proposed a cull of 1,000 bison, primarily cows and calves, this winter.
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November 19, 2015 The park proposes killing mostly cows and calves in this year's annual cull. The park's bison population neared 5,000 this summer; a 15-year-old agreement with Montana calls for a population of 3,000.
May 31, 2012 At Yellowstone National Park, the Earth growls, wolves prowl, bison roam and it's possible to go stand in a volcano's crater. Science bursts to life in Yellowstone. So how do we we tap Yellowstone's wonders to turn kids on to science?
Shane Brown, a butcher with the Wild Idea Buffalo Co., labels packages of ground bison.
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December 21, 2011 The buffalo industry is exploding as more consumers discover the health and environmental benefits of buying the meat. Bison industry officials want cattle ranchers to switch to buffalo to help fill demand. But it's not an easy sell.
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