11/25/10

Pine Nut - Part Two

Oops! Now the BLM has decided to release the foals with their mothers after all. After a firestorm of protest of course.

But, is everything really as it seems?

Amplify’d from blog.homehorsehound.com
Thursday, November 25, 2010
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This mare, along with 111 other horses were rounded up yesterday in the Dayton area of the Pine Nut Range. This morning the Bureau of Land Management's plan was to release all the mares and leave all 22 foals behind. Foals were transported from the Lohanton temporary holding area to Palomino Valley Center. After public outrage plans were changed and the wet mares have been transported to Palomino Valley to match up with their foals for release early next week. Alan Bitner of the Carson BLM expressed his concern along with many community members about this mornings plan. He seemed relieved as he informed the public that the foals would not be permanently removed from their mothers. the mare before this one fell jumping off & this girl said I'm gonna make it Pine Nut while BLM says that is all the horses to be released, after they leave, another trailer shows up ! PNRELEASEleap PNrelease03 PineNut3
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3 comments:

  1. What about the strangles at Palomino Valley? Are they taking the Pine Nuts horses in there?

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  2. Just ridiculous! There is no end to their treachery.

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  3. Anon ~ I don't know what the status of the strangles outbreak is. Palomino Valley has been locked down tighter than Area 51 ever since the Calico disaster. Haven't heard any more about it, so hopefully that's under control, but anything COULD be going on.

    Grey Mare ~ No, I don't think there IS any limit to the BLM's treachery. I have a video I'm going to post in the header where "Letter to Mom" is now. Let me say this, you will not believe even the BLM would do this. These people are sociopaths.

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