06/26/2012- BLM postpones Pryor Mtn Removal! {D/t Inefficient/*ineffective “process”, Go~figure!?} (BLM “Gather” update)


Diamond/Teton gals: WarBonnet 1993-11 Phoenix 1991-04 Kayenta, savánimë 2010-24/1st dblRoan s00n2Go!

Diamond/Teton gals: WarBonnet 1993-11 Phoenix 1991-04 Kayenta, savánimë 2010-24/1st dblRoan s00n2Go!

BLM, Billings f.o. updates
http://www.blm.gov/mt/st/en/fo/billings_field_office/wildhorses.html
BLM Pryor Mtn. “Gather” update 06/26/2012:::?
by golly…it’s the Horses’ √fault, of course!¢°÷≈}~
—– BLM postpones Pryor Mtn Removal! {Due/to *Inefficient/*ineffective “process”,
Go~figure!?}

per BLM :
News and Information::

Daily “Gather” Update – June 26, 2012

“Effective immediately, BLM is suspending operations using paint balls to mark targeted “excess” wild horses for removal during this summer’s “bait trap gather” in the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range.
Before the paint can dry, the *horses are rubbing against each other* -and- *confusing the paint markings* among the horses.”…

ah! *such °irresponsible –Rubbing of bottoms °? !… ( & the like)?
Causing ≈≈ ConFusion♦… -&C H A O $Sindeed;
(as I noted :: ∞~by golly … ★this is those Horses’ √faults-!??°of course.?) ¢°÷≈}~
| how Dare they ♦?? |

“In 1 instance, a paint ball exploded prematurely and *marked nearby horses*. ”

BLM is “re-evaluating” how to most effectively mark horses for removal; updates will be provided here as soon as possible.

★No horses are being gathered or removed at this time.★ 😀

The color code below identifies tiers established for excess horse removal. This is based on the tiers identified in Environmental Assessment (p. 9-11). http://blm.gov/pjkd Removal TIERS

PAINT COLOR CODE:

Tier One – Blue
Tier Two Higher PriorityOrange
Tier Two Lower PriorityGreen
Tier Three – Red

The wild horse is not hurt as a result of using paint balls shot from a paint ball gun. Even less than experiencing a shot at the doctor’s office or being darted with fertility control drug porcine zona pellucida (PZP), the shooter aims for the hindquarters where the animal feels a quick superficial impact to the outer layer of hide.
Photo below (on their link) shows accurately marked horse… . (ie., per BLM)

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{{info on *this photo*: taken by the Cloud Foundation on 04/21/12;

Diamond/Teton gals:
WarBonnet 1993-11,
Phoenix 1991-04,
& Kayenta, “savánimë” 2010-24 –» 1st (known) double Roan;
& ≈≈ √ s00n-2-Go! :”(
–» ((she’s Tier One))
~~~√•p•0*0•F*! … ^~gone°~^

btw, “savánimë” = “the Doubly beautiful” }}

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