There are lot of stories rolling in about the Michigan DNRE’s invasive species ruling that affects hog farmers in the state. This one by Peter Payette of IPR News Radio.
Wildlife officials took aggressive action last year to keep pigs from becoming a permanent feature of Michigan’s landscape. Certain kinds of pigs were declared an invasive species. But farmers and ranchers say the move was too extreme and are now challenging the science of the ban.
See on ipr.interlochen.org