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The Wolf Effect

I am on the farmers’ side. As a farmer, I would not want any wolfs harming my animals. Farmers have large amounts of animals that give milk or have meat. During the winter these animals are more likely to be harmed because of weather conditions and animal struggles such as sickness or basically being really cold. Wolfs will attack more during the winter; therefore farmers will lose more animals. Losing a few animals would make a difference and farmers would not be okay with it, especially because wolfs attack in packs to stay strong together against his weak animals. Wolfs are likely to come back and harm the animals. One thing for sure is that the wolfs will effect farmers financially.
In some states, you are not able to kill a wolf unless it is threatening a human life. In other states, you are able to kill a wolf if it is trying to kill a household pet or livestock. Otherwise you will have to make a big fence around your farm to try and keep wolfs off and away. If you kill a wolf breaking the law, you would have to pay a really big fine and get jail time.
If I was a farmer it would be very frustrating dealing with wolfs. I wouldn’t want to deal with them knowing it is going to be hard throughout the season of winter and other seasons. I would rather not have wolfs around. Farmers are trying to make money and raise animals for their own business. Wolfs are just interfering and causing problems. Wolfs are just going to have to go. I agree with the farmer and understand why he does not want wolfs and are against them.

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