Local People Working with the BLM (to Get Rid of Wild Horses)

The Pine Nut advocates did some unplanned bait trapping to remove a small tire caught on a mare’s leg, as explained in the July edition of Horse Tales by the real estate agent and PZP darter in the Minden/Gardnerville area.

The account begins on on page 16 and continues on page 19.

The listings are on page 24.

The incident could have been avoided by a more aggressive darting program that would take more horses off the range, leaving more food and water for the permittees (who are never mentioned in these stories).

APN 1322-00-002-041, a 161.8 acre parcel, has been marketed with an image of the animals she’s trying to eradicate.

Same for APN 1322-00-002-050, 80 acres.  No youngsters allowed.

APN 1322-00-002-050 07-17-22

As stated previously, the advocates have no scruples.

Support for the Pine Nut darting program comes in part from the Campaign Against America’s Wild Horses.

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