July 14, 2010
Chelene Nightengale, Ruthie Hendrycks, The Ruthie Report
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Gubernatorial Candidate for Governor of California
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July 14, 2010
Wild horse slaughter
BLM corruption, Cattoor livestock, Cloud foundation, Herd-Watch, humane observers, Interior Board of Land Appeals, private lands, public lands, Tuscarora roundup, Wild horse slaughter
For Immediate Release:
Seven Mustangs Die in NV Roundup, Observers Barred Access
Public Calls for Permanent Stop to BLM’s Inhumane Summer “Gathers”
Reno, NV (July 12, 2010)—The Cloud Foundation
and the public learned yesterday that seven wild horses died after being rounded up on the first day of the Tuscarora (Owyhee Complex)
roundup in Elko County on Saturday, July 10. The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) contractor, Cattoor Livestock, rounded up 228 horses in less than 2 ½ hours over dangerous terrain. Choosing to begin the roundup on private land, BLM prevented the public from observing the first day’s roundup and the condition of the horses after they were captured. The Foundation strongly advises that humane observers
be present at all times during roundups and processing to ensure the humane treatment of America’s iconic herds.
“In light of yesterday’s devastating news, we call for an immediate stop to summer roundups,” states Ginger Kathrens, Director of The Cloud Foundation adding, “Tuscarora is another example of BLM’s reckless agenda.”
BLM issued a press release
announcing that the roundup had been suspended to assess the situation. More