Advocates Working Tirelessly to Support Public-Lands Ranchers

The February edition of Horse Tales has been published.

You can still help the Pine Nut permittees by purchasing a calendar from the advocates, as indicated at the bottom of page 3.

Fifteen fun facts about burros are presented at the top of page 4.  Fact #16 might be their disdain of coyotes.

The column written by the real estate agent and PZP darter in the Minden/Gardnerville area follows immediately, continuing on page 18.  Listings appear on the back cover.

Some of the properties may be related, directly or indirectly, to a Pine Nut permittee, perhaps on the Buckeye Allotment.  Who knows?  But it would explain why she’s so eager to get rid of the horses.

An article by the Campaign Against America’s Wild Horses on page 19 discusses the Onaqui roundup and the rescue of a mom-baby pair.  Don’t be fooled by the image, they despise youngsters and are only trying to separate you from your money.

Wednesdays are darting days at the HMA, where volunteers trained in the Montana Solution use Gen 2 projectors to keep the resource scales tipped in favor of the ranchers.

2 thoughts on “Advocates Working Tirelessly to Support Public-Lands Ranchers

  1. I’ve noticed that as wild horse roundups increase and advocates dart them into oblivion, livestock AUMs are increasing. What a shocker.

    2016 AUMs: 8,722,209
    2020 AUMs: 9,114,401

  2. If it were an actual mild contraceptive instead of toxic pesticide, things may be seen differently. This is not the case and Natural Horses and burros do not need darting with pesticides or contraceptives. They have managed quite well for eons, that is, until the BLM/ welfare ranchers wanted all the land for livestock and other manipulative means, of which you shall see soon no doubt. Wished folks would read proven time and true articles about self sufficiency with wild /natural animals.

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