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Chippewa Co. first to pay bounty for coyotes in Minnesota since 1965

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MONTEVIDEO -- Chippewa County will be the first to pay a bounty for coyotes in Minnesota since the state ended its program in 1965.

The Chippewa County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution Tuesday to implement a coyote bounty effective Dec. 1. The county will pay $10 per coyote brought to the Sheriff's Office from Dec. 1 through April 1 each year.


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