The wolf population in Wisconsin has reached the point where they are no longer a protected species. The farmers in Wisconsin were not allowed until now to trap or shoot nuisance wolves, but may now do so to protect cattle. If you have been issued wolf kill tags to stop wolves from killing cattle, and could use a hand, call
- Wolves ruining my deer hunting. I am not in the bussiness of stopping a wolf from being a wolf. I am a strong believer that all animals are equal, no matter what they look like or how big, beautiful, ugly, they are. Those deer live in the wild, as do wolves, and they hunt to survive. We as deer hunters hunt deer as a population management tool, for sport, and hopefully to enjoy as table fare when we are successfull. In fewer words, its nobodys deer until it is tagged and in the truck, then you can call it yours.
- Wolves chasing cattle. Wolves chasing cattle, and killing calves and cows, I would be happy to help you get them trapped and kill tags filled.
- Wolves killing dogs. Using hunting dogs in wolf territory is a bad Idea. The wolves will want to protect there territory from other K-9s.
- Wolf Fence. We would be happy to erect a wolf proof barrier to protect your farm animals and live stock from wolves. Just call for a free wildlife inspection and a quote.