Roping domestic cattle is one thing, but wrangling a wild elk with a sizable rack is something else. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game shared a series of photos on their Facebook page showing conservation officers Aaron Andruska and Jim Stirling untangling the large bull from hay tarp material near Malta on Sunday. The large animals come down to lower elevations to find food in the winter, often times eating hay on farms and ranches. Fish and Game are in the midst of feeding deer and elk in various areas in southern Idaho because of the harsh weather.

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