Controlling fertility: Wildlife commission considers allowing DOW to manage problems

Elk herds in Colorado, such as this small herd near Gunnison, traditionally have been controlled by legal hunting seasons. A policy proposal before the Colorado Wildlife Commission would open the door to using fertility drugs in cases were hunting isn’t feasible or allowed.



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Elk herds in Colorado, such as this small herd near Gunnison, traditionally have been controlled by legal hunting seasons. A policy proposal before the Colorado Wildlife Commission would open the door to using fertility drugs in cases were hunting isn’t feasible or allowed.

Taking care of business with a needle, not a gun, will be on the agenda this week for the Colorado Wildlife Commission. When the commission sits down to its December workshop Thursday in…




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