Horses rounded up in Western Colorado
NEAR RANGELY, Colo. For weeks, the agency has been delivering water to two groups of horses on Texas Mountain in the West Douglas herd area south of Rangely due to dry conditions.
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#1 Jul 8, 2012
I have been in the area of West Douglas for about three weeks now. The horses are in no danger of dehydration. They were never in danger! They are healthy looking. I have seen springs and seeps that the horses drink from. It has rained up on the mountain where they want to trap these horses. There is no need for removal. BLM has wanted to remove this small historic herd for years, as they do not want to manage them. These horses are protected in this area by the Wild Horse and Burro Act of 1971. Despite this act, the BLM is determined to eradicate all wild horses. I have proof there is water up there and the horses have been grazing on healthy terrain. How sad for all that enjoy seeing these few bands.People need to know that this is a bogus roundup based on BLM lies.
Proof of healthy horses is overwhelming.
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