Recently in a northern U.S. state, bison were brought into a National Park to bolster a declining bison population. Upon the resurgence of these herds, wolves were reintroduced into the same region to maintain a natural eco control on the herds. The issue arose when local cattle farmers had herd members graze on these public lands. Wolves don't disseminate on hunting. Cattle or bison, the feed to survive on them. Aerial and ground culls were introduced due to cattle killings. Should the wolves be culled or the cattle owners be responsible to secure and maintain their own herds on their own privately fenced acreages?