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Friday, November 16, 2012

Ranchers await ruling in Montana bison case

by Andy Rieber - WLJ Correspondent

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All the work and effort over the years to eradicate and manage brucellosis and now the government wants to do this. The answer is very simple the disease is more of a public health threat to humans than Mad Cow. Good management requires the Bison nerd to remain in quarantine in Yellowstone for the health and safety of general public. This should be argued as a Constituional Rights case for the protection of the citizens food supply since this is a clear and present danger to the public health.
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