Deep into Antelope

Ely portion of Antelope HMA.

No sign of over population. Small scattered family bands.

Forage, water, cattle, fences…. very few horses.

Full report coming to Horseback and Grass Roots Horse am.

I NEED sleep!

healthy?

Very few horses in Ely portion of Antelope

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3 thoughts on “Deep into Antelope

  1. Barbara Warner says:

    I DOUBT IF THEY WILL EVEN FIND 2,000 WILD HORSES. THIS IS JUST ANOTHER CASE OF GENOCIDE

    • savewildhorses says:

      Once again they will removed 85-90% of the herd as the “Least Invasive” measure. And time to start paying contractors by the day or job, rather than by the horses. Need to remove incentive to run horses almost to death to get them in the trap area.

      • Linda Horn says:

        Laura, I just read the GrassRoots post. Does the BLM listen to their own “boots-on-the-ground”, like the gentleman you spoke with? If they can’t prove their mathematically-derived “population explosion”, they should shut down this roundup before it begins. If they (and you!) can’t find enough horses, proceeding is not only a waste of tax dollars, but a failure of their stated mission to “protect” the animals.

        And I agree contractors should be paid by the day/job rather than the horse. Less incentive to stampede and come down on top of the horses (and poor little burros!), and maybe a possibility those that either can’t keep up or escape will be left free.

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