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  • Sister of Idaho boy injured by cyanide device joins protests

    Canyon Mansfield, a 14-year-old Pocatello boy, was injured and watched his dog die in March when the pair activated a M-44 sodium cyanide device that's used to kill coyotes and other livestock predators. His 21-year-old sister, Madison Mansfield, was in Boise Wednesday, July 26, 2017, to join protesters at a USDA Wildlife Services informational meeting about the devices.

Canyon Mansfield, a 14-year-old Pocatello boy, was injured and watched his dog die in March when the pair activated a M-44 sodium cyanide device that's used to kill coyotes and other livestock predators. His 21-year-old sister, Madison Mansfield, was in Boise Wednesday, July 26, 2017, to join protesters at a USDA Wildlife Services informational meeting about the devices. kmoeller@idahostatesman.com
Canyon Mansfield, a 14-year-old Pocatello boy, was injured and watched his dog die in March when the pair activated a M-44 sodium cyanide device that's used to kill coyotes and other livestock predators. His 21-year-old sister, Madison Mansfield, was in Boise Wednesday, July 26, 2017, to join protesters at a USDA Wildlife Services informational meeting about the devices. kmoeller@idahostatesman.com

Wildlife Services says cyanide device that killed dog, hurt boy isn’t ‘bomb,’ it’s pesticide

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