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Every so often, Simpson said, his staff would write an official letter to Andrus on the sheep-coyote issue.
Their backyard is a great expanse of desert, and the couple has seen rattlesnakes, bobcats, and coyotes pass near their home.
The Agriculture Department said a 2015 survey of producers determined that coyotes nationwide killed about 120,000 sheep and lambs valued at up to $20 million.
The coyotes are familiar with the Border Patrol’s rules of engagement and uses them to their advantage.
The coyote is believed to have come from nearby Stern Grove.
Coyotes are opportunistic feeders and thrive in suburban, urban, and rural areas.
The problem is that eagles and other scavengers eat the guts of deer or the carcasses of coyotes, woodchucks and other game shot by hunters.
Hatch described the exercise as similar to the classic cartoon with the sheep and the coyote, punching their time card for a day of work.
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