So, the lunatics have humans in favor of animals, once again.
Miles Kuschel could have taken aim to protect his cattle from the pack of six gray wolves stalking his herd Easter morning.
Since pulling the trigger meant risking a prison term, he didn’t.
But when Kuschel returned to his farm after Easter services, he found a calf’s bloody carcass.
“They came, they killed and they left, but they’re still around. They just move on to the neighbor’s place,” said Kuschel, president of the Cass County Chapter of the Farm Bureau. Federal wildlife authorities confirmed wolves did indeed kill the 80-pound calf.
Many view the gray wolf’s recovery in the Great Lakes region as one of the Endangered Species Act’s success stories. But to those on the front lines of the wolf’s range, the so-called model program in December became a model of judicial overreach. ……
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