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Adjustments to 2006-2007 Interagency Bison Management Plan
Operating Procedures

On November 20, 2006 the five federal and state agencies who implement the Interagency Bison Management Plan (IBMP) agreed to have more tolerance for Yellowstone bison that migrate into Montana.

Intensive hazing operations, beginning on April 10, 2007, showed that the Montana Department of Livestock, who has the discretion to implement the changes, has no intention of honoring the agreement.

To download a pdf (192kb) of the agreement, Click here.

Press Release- 04/10/07
, Department Of Livestock Ignores IBMP Adaptive Change Agreement

BFC Policy Coordinator Josh Osher's letter to Dr. Rankin, Montana State Veterinarian 4/10/07

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