Black vultures preying on live animals in Indiana

Indiana farmers are battling black vultures that are preying on live animals.

One farmer says that every day he sees dozens of the predators watching his cattle.

John Hardin recently lost four live animals and says that his hands are tied because of migratory bird regulations. The Indiana Farm Bureau is working on a new program where farmers can get a permit to legally kill and remove black vultures from their property.

It has taken several years to create but the Farm Bureau hopes for a swift impact.


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