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USDA Heber horse territory draft plan 2/14/2020

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".......this study concludes there is no historical precedent for the current population occupying the area"

but we get to keep them anyway.....crap.

lee

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 our grandfathers would have swung a loop, saddled and swung a leg over

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What a bunch of crap. I say if they are out of the boundaries they are fair game. How am I wrong? There is no regulation on feral animals in Arizona.

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Back before the rodeo fire,when the fences melted and they were just feral Indian horses a friend of mines family would round some up and sell them to Purina. 

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41 minutes ago, idgaf said:

Back before the rodeo fire,when the fences melted and they were just feral Indian horses a friend of mines family would round some up and sell them to Purina. 

Wonder how they labeled those bags?

"A little horse in every bite"

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How to tell a feral horse from a nonferal horse?

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3 minutes ago, Edge said:

How to tell a feral horse from a nonferal horse?

The dead one is feral. The live one is too.

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Time is running out for comments. Be sure to read before you comment as comments not related to the proposal will not be considered. 

The horse lovers are hitting media to push for comments. We need to balance that out.

https://cara.ecosystem-management.org/Public/CommentInput?Project=18916

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When the economy crashed alot of people turned horses loose also. I find alot of horses in unit 8 along the sycamore rim. According to cattle lease rules only  a few horses are permited per section leased. So they are not ranch owned horses for sure.

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What brand do they run.  If no brand then fair game for anybody.  Fluffy needs to eat also.

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17 hours ago, ThomC said:

What brand do they run.  If no brand then fair game for anybody.  Fluffy needs to eat also.

Be my guest....

Now that's gonna leave a mark.

Too bad that greenhorn didn't know there is no requirement to brand a privately owned horse like there is with cattle.

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It would be nice to slaughter them and feed the homeless or prisoners.  We need Sherriff Joe back to fix this.

 

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