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"During July, 10 cattle deaths in the Fort Klamath area were attributed to the Rogue Pack."
Another wolf-caused death discovered in Fort Klamath area

August 8, 2022 Herald and News by Lee Juillerat

The month of August continued the trend of wolf-caused cattle deaths in the Fort Klamath area of Klamath County.

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said Aug. 1 a livestock producer found an injured, approximately 700-pound, 11-month-old heifer in a 375-acre private land pasture. The animal was euthanized by the producer because of the severity of its injuries, which F&W officials estimated occurred within 24 hours of the investigation.

Based on the investigation, more than 50 pre-mortem bite scrapes measuring up to 3 inches long and a quarter-inch wide were found on the cow’s left and right hindquarters with associated tissue damage up to 4-inches deep. According to the report, “The severity, size and locations of these wounds are consistent with injuries to cattle attacked by wolves. As such, this depredation is attributed to wolves of the Rogue Pack.”

During July, 10 cattle deaths in the Fort Klamath area were attributed to the Rogue Pack.



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