Love-struck B.C. elk relocated after harassing cattle

A bull elk in the South Caribou is likely licking his wounds and wondering about his lost love this week.

Earlier this month Conservation Officers removed the 900lb love-struck playboy, with a 6-point rack, from his stomping grounds at the 100 Mile Ranch.

The mature bull elk had claimed a herd of cattle as his own, and quickly became the talk of the town at 100 Mile House as he pushed the cattle into an area on the edge of 100 Mile House, near Highway 97.

Greg Messner is the manager of 100 Mile Ranch.
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