IDA Alert

Please Act Before May 21 – Oppose Removal Of 1,000 Wild Horses From Nevada’s Great Basin Region

Please use the form below to submit comments (and share with friends and family) before Friday, May 21, to oppose the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Tuscarora Field Office (Nevada) proposal to round up 1,438 wild horses and permanently remove approximately 1,000 horses from more than 480,000 acres in Wild Horses, credit: Mark Terrellnortheast Nevada. The BLM has decided that only 337-561 wild horses are allowed to live in this 750-square-mile area. Meanwhile, the BLM allows private ranchers to graze thousands of livestock in the same area. The BLM issued a preliminary Environmental Assessment and refused to give serious consideration to alternatives to the roundup. The Obama Administration is intent on continuing business as usual when it comes to the BLM’s wild horse and burro program.

Read more and take ACTION

at the IDA web site!

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2 thoughts on “IDA Alert

  1. Anna says:

    in my opinion:

    There is only one way to stop the BLM from another “Wild Mustang and or Burro roundup and subesequent Penning and Coraling of these poor Innocent unsuspecting lovely Equine;

    THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS or EXECUTIVE ORDER PREZ.

    The way I intend to stop the roundups is: “BLM Animal Cruelty; based on:

    the animals get sick and then the BLM does not feed them;

    and when the animals get too sick and weak to stand up due to they couldn’t make the hay feeder for any reason

    sanford says; oh this one has a spinal injury; not even close

    this one has: Malnutrition due to lack of calories in the hay

    OH SURE THE BIGGER ONES MAKE THE HAY RAILING which is wonderful

    however the smaller weaker ones get left out; with no hay !

    case in point: did sanford bring Hay to Hope the Foal? NO!(simply illegal to leave a sick foal with no sustinance ! Anne

  2. Jan Eaker says:

    Laura, thanks for fixing this, it makes it very easy to get the comments out,

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