Montanans Divided over Bison Slaughter

Two old-time Montanans disagree on how to handle the large numbers of bison that stray from Yellowstone Park. Many are slaughtered in an effort to protect cattle herds from a disease that bison carry.

Wyoming Public Radio's Elsa Partan explains the conflict.

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