Colorado cattle group voicing their opinion as gray wolves are released back into the state

Wildlife officials have released several gray wolves onto public lands in Colorado, despite push back from farmers and ranchers.
It comes after a federal judge denied their request to stop the effort, which was approved by voters three years ago.

Erin Karney with the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on why producers wanted this to stop, if this could be undone, the bigger issue involved, and what to expect moving forward.

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