The mustangs have been nibbling on the posts that hold up their shelter but two weeks ago they really got serious about it. This 4 x 6 post was reduced to about two inches in just a few days. The 2 x 6 board in the background was hastily added as a splint, to keep the roof from caving in, and they’ve been chewing on that was well.
The folks at the feed store suggested a product called Raplast.
It has an orange tint and can be very irritating to the nose and eyes. Spray application not recommended. Took a piece of hay string, dipped it in the bottle and dabbed some onto the post. Seems to be working.
As with anything new around horses, start off small and check for adverse reactions.
You may only have to treat a small area for them to get the message.
This little guy hasn’t been named yet according to the roster at the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center, but it will begin with ‘T,’ following the naming convention created by the BLM and subsequently enhanced by wild horse enthusiasts.
RELATED: History of the Pryor Mountain Horses.
BLM said yesterday that 159 employees now in Washington, D.C. were notified of their reassignment to offices in the western U.S., with 40 of those jobs moving to the new headquarters in Grand Junction, CO.
Affected personnel have 30 days to accept. Individuals who decide to relocate will receive an incentive equal to 25% of base pay, according to the news release.
RELATED: BLM Picks New Headquarters.
If you don’t think this makes a difference, wait until the temperatures drop and then go get a haircut. Photos taken 11-10-19.
Is the end drawing near for Justice Ginsburg?
If she dies while he’s in office, the entire liberal program—and one hundred years of ‘progress’—will be put at risk.
Therefore, he has to go. Either by outright removal or failure to win re-election in 2020.
He cannot be given the opportunity to nominate another justice, because liberals use the institution to drive their ruinous agenda. Roe and Obergefell are just two examples.
The forage assigned to livestock on the Challis HMA would support _____ additional wild horses. The AML is 253.
Answer: E (11,725 ÷ 12).
BONUS QUESTION: The number of animals computed above represents _____ % of the horses in long-term holding.
RELATED: Binge Grazing at Challis HMA.