we need to pull the boots up . and get busy lots of should of’s to overcome . i watched the whole meeting meeting and they talked a good game and lots of we are addressing that as we speak . i guess his name, tim harvey, he out of all of them sounded with outrage of the percentage of cattle to horses . but that callie hendricks , what is her main funtion because she was more interested in what eats what on the stalk of grass >if she doesn’t know this why is she there. and i don’t trust the county people that showed up at the comment section either. i would wish that they had the heart of the horse as their most important ranking like they said , but they have talked out the side oftheir face before . personnally i don’t trust this guatamala transfer crap at all . if that can be scrapped i think it should . somebody with some horsesense needs to get on that board /with positions opened we might have a chance at getting things settled a little bit. i guess we’ll see.
ONE stallion on ONE range in the American West…. on a range that had “voluntary” livestock restrictions in place during the third year of drought. (Picture taken in May… and we have revisited him multiple times)
Letter from the Range, Laura Leigh, WHE President
This time of year we are particularly busy with ground work. What WHE does is a “bottom to top” approach that focuses on key factors in a site specific manner. This makes our ability to respond to emails etc rather limited for several months at a time. We are in one of those times.
In a simplistic overview the majority of what we are doing is gathering comparative information over time to demonstrate the areas where inappropriate action, or no action, has created near crisis situations. You can view some of what has been loaded on the Range page. But on that page you can also…
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