A Peoples National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board meeting (with Poll)

POLL: What would you rather for our Nation’s Wild Horses & Burros?

Choose A or B and Click on the Link Below to Vote:

A. I WOULD RATHER OUR WILD HORSES ARE:
-Sold to foreign Nations including Russia where they are hammered in the head prior to slaughter.
-Mass Euthanized and MASS composted.
-Sold to poor peoples for food.
-sold to a corrupt tribal government, ignoring their own natural laws and the will of their people.
-sold to Zoo’s for zoo animal protein.

B. I WOULD RATHER OUR WILD HORSES ARE:
-Managed utilizing natural predators.
-Managed utilizing the recommendations of the National Academy of Science and stated the best solution was PZP immuno-contraception.
-Managed by darting from helicopter IF NEED BE: Keeping each family band together, not separating families, with darting each band in about 5 minutes, on the larger more remote Wild Horse Areas- All helicopters must have live stream cameras on the bottom ( as they ALWAYS should) facing in each direction so that the public can see how close the helicopters are/went, and if any wild horse went down or was separated etc.

Vote Here: Wild Horse and Burro Poll

ORIGINAL LIVE STREAM VIDEO POST today BELOW:

What are the real choices? (Listen to Video)

What are the choices being discused? (Listen to video)

What is the real reason that the Department of Interior refuses to manage ON THE RANGE in a non lethal manner? (Listen to video)

Why have we been threatened constantly with slaughter AND MASS EUTHANASIA when 80% of Americans are opposed? (Listen to video)

 

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One thought on “A Peoples National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board meeting (with Poll)

  1. I would rather the wild horses and burros remain free on OUR public lands, without the threat of roundup, injury, separation from family or death. I would rather that a wild horse or burro be managed by an organization other than the BLM and that PZP darting be done by trained teams in the field not by helicopter! All of the methods currently used are too expensive. If each dose of PZP costs $26. And teams of volunteers can be trained to administer those doses under the watchful eye of biologists the costs would drop exponentially from over 99 million to approximately 5 million.

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