Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Monday, August 30, 2010
MSNBC Editor-in-Chief Jerry NachmanRead Jerry Nachman's promo and you might be impressed:
"He's been everywhere, he knows everybody, and now Jerry Nachman is bringing his wealth of knowledge and experience to viewers each day on MSNBC. A former radio reporter, newspaper Editor-in-Chief, and even Hollywood screenwriter, it's hard to find someone who is more media savvy than our own Editor-in-Chief."Nachman is obviously a legend in his own mind, but we aren't buying it. If Nachman were credible, he would not have done a ridiculously flawed, inaccurate, completely unbalanced fluffy promo for the Rodeo Mafia called "Real Cowboys" on December 12, 2002.
The piece started out with a picture depicting steer wrestling, with Nachman's face superimposed over the contestant's face. So up front we learn that Jerry's fantasy is to be in the rodeo. How special. But that was just the beginning.
Nachman claimed that 22,000,000 people attended rodeos in 2002, more than the attendance of the National Hockey League, the National Basketball Association and the National Football League, according to "Rodeo Jerry."
Nachman could have only gotten those outrageous figures from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) -- an organization known for putting figures together any way that suits them. The PRCA is best known for its ridiculously low animal injury statistics which the organization refuses to explain.
Jerry Nachman claimed college rodeos are sanctioned by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). SHARK's research indicates that is completely false.
Jerry Nachman says he became "addicted" to rodeos when he lived in California and New Mexico. This is the United States of America, and we will be the first to acknowledge that if Jerry Nachman was to kiss the feet of animal abusers, he may do so, but a journalist has a duty to report in an unbiased manner, his "addiction" not withstanding. Nachman utterly failed that crucial test. Jerry, we've known real journalists, and you are no journalist.
How ridiculous did Nachman's show get? Nachman had no animal protectors on his program to refute the propaganda of the Rodeo Mafia in the areas of cruelty and injuries. Nachman apparently has no problem with the editing of televised rodeos that eliminates rules violations, and animal injuries and deaths. Televised rodeos also eliminate the most cruel portions of even rodeo events, such as the moment that a calf is clotheslined by the rope, which can result in a broken neck.
Why would a reporter who, as his promo states, has won "...the prestigious Peabody and Edward R. Murrow awards" pose the issue of rodeo animal cruelty and injuries to rodeo contestants -- the very people who inflict those cruelty and injuries?
Nachman's promo proclaims that "his insightful yet straightforward approach is refreshing in a world of long-winded pundits and hot air." Given the evidence of rodeo cruelty presented at www.RodeoCruelty.com, and the great work of caring reporters on record at www.ReportersWhoCare.com, Nachman is just a blowhard who doesn't deserve to stand in the same room with true journalists.
In a weird twist later during his glorification of animal abuse, Nachman asks his phony cowboy friends what a rodeo groupie is called. "Buckle Bunnies," they replied. Nachman thought that was pretty funny. "I like that," Nachman said, "buckle bunnies."
Following Nachman's rodeo fantasy show, SHARK president Steve Hindi sent an E-mail to Jerry and explained the truth about rodeo cruelty and the animals abused, injured and killed, as well as the rampant violations of rodeo rules and state laws. Steve included the fact that rodeo people are afraid to debate, and offered to face off with rodeo people and/or Nachman on his show.
Not surprisingly Nachman, like other rodeo abusers and their supporters, did not respond. The offer is still open -- Steve Hindi is ready to debate Nachman and/or his rodeo buddies on Nachman's live television show. Let's see if Nachman has some guts, or if as we suspect, he's just a big mouth who can only dream of being a real man.
We have some parting questions for MSNBC Editor-in-Chief Jerry Nachman. What might you call a male version of a buckle bunny? We would call him Jerry Nachman. Did the PRCA pay you to dump your journalistic integrity, or did you give it away for nothing?
Come on, Jerry, you're supposed to be a journalist, not a brown-noser -- remember?
Wow! What amazing supporters we have! On August 1st, we gave you a goal of 20,000 letters to take with us for our Mustang Delivery to . Our deadline was set for September 1st.
We just wanted to let you know that we have completely blown our goal out of the water with the overwhelming response from so many wild horse supporters! Just over this past weekend, we received 7,234 letters from so many of you, which brings our current count to 26, 995!!!!
*Keep the letters coming and each of you can stand as a voice for each individual mustang that has been rounded up by the and the ones left on the range. We are their voices, their spokespeople.
Saving America's Mustangs has deepest gratitude for the Humane Society of the United States, PETA, and ASPCA for joining us in promoting the Pony Express on your blogs and websites! Without your endorsement in this cause, we would not have generated the awareness that we have. Thank you so much for getting behind this effort and we hope you will be with us in Washington when we deliver the letters. We really appreciate what you have done for our foundation. Additionally, we thank all the other organizations that have promoted it on their websites and to their contacts. Every single person that has told even one person about this campaign has been integral in this effort. Everything matters at this point.
We are still planning the execution and finalizing the date of delivery in Washington, DC. This will be HUGE and we will definitely let you know as soon as the plan is set. All media outlets are invited to join us, as well as our supporters. More details to come. Keep checking Facebook and the SAM website for more information as it comes available. This campaign has inspired people to get involved and has educated the public of what is going on with our American wild horses and how we can protect them just by speaking up! The American public is ALWAYS right!! This time is no different!!
If you haven't done so yet, it takes less than a minute to click the Pony Express button and send your letter to us. Please do this for our wild mustangs and for future generations so that they can see these majestic creatures thriving in their natural environment.
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Sunday, August 29, 2010
Arizona Game and Fish Department comments on BLM’s Wild Horse and Burro Strategy Development Document
Aug. 27, 2010
Aug 27, 2010
AZGFD believes horse/burro management proposals should balance horse/burro protection needs with wildlife resource needs and meet the intent of the original Act; public can still submit comments through Sept. 3, 2010
The Arizona Game and Fish Department on Aug. 24, 2010, submitted written recommendations to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) regarding the BLM’s Wild Horse and Burro Strategy Development Document, titled “Working Toward Sustainable Management of America’s Wild Horses and Burros.” The document identifies draft goals, objectives, and possible management strategies under consideration by the BLM to implement Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar’s Wild Horse and Burro Initiative.
The Department applauds BLM’s efforts to seek stakeholder input as it strives to develop a sustainable approach for managing wild horse and burro populations. As the state agency responsible for managing resident wildlife populations in Arizona, Game and Fish encourages the evaluation of wild horse and burro management in order to improve the management efficiency and effectiveness across the landscape.
However, the Department also believes that the original crafters of the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burro Act of 1971 (Act) wisely balanced measures to protect free-roaming horses and burros with measures to protect wildlife, habitats, rangeland resources, and private interests. Likewise, the Department believes that any new strategy developed for the management of wild horses and burros must require that the BLM and Department of Interior meet their fiduciary and statutory obligations to appropriately identify and mitigate for impacts to wildlife and wildlife habitat under the Federal Land Policy and Management Act (FLPMA), the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the Endangered Species Act (ESA), and other statutes, regulations, and legislation, as applicable.
Game and Fish wholly supports efforts to more effectively and efficiently manage horses and burros within the framework of the current Act. If designed and implemented appropriately, a new strategy could result in a more environmentally and economically sustainable horse and burro program. Conversely, an ill-designed program would result in an increasingly complicated and expensive program with devastating impacts to the long-term sustainability of the public’s fish and wildlife populations, their habitats, and associated recreation activities.
As a result, the Department is fully committed to helping the BLM develop a wild horse and burro management strategy that best meets the intent of the Act and the needs of wildlife resources throughout the West.
- Click here to see the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s comments and recommendations [PDF, 437kb]
- Click here to see the BLM’s Wild Horse and Burro Strategy Development Document
Members of the public who have an interest in how America’s wild horses and burros are managed may submit comments to the BLM regarding its Wild Horse and Burro Strategy Development Document through Friday, Sept. 3, 2010.
Comments can be submitted either: (1) by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (please put “WHB Public Comment” in the subject line); (2) by mail to BLM Washington Office, 1849 C Street NW, Rm. 5665, Washington, DC 20240 (if mailing, comments need to be postmarked no later than September 3, 2010); or (3) using the ePlanning process accessible online at http://blm.gov/m14c.
For more information, including information on past Arizona Game and Fish Department testimony and Arizona Game and Fish Commission positions, visit www.azgfd.gov/inside_azgfd/WildHorseBurro.shtml.
Friday, August 27, 2010
SAVE THE DATE!
Vice Chair: Michael W. Duffey Cruelty Investigator- Humane Society of Southern Arizona
Pima County Sheriff Detective (Ret)
Animal Cruelty Task Force (Co-chair)
International Vet. Forensic Sciences Association
Board of Directors
AZ Veterinary Medical Association
Secretary: Carol Grubb Eclectic Equine, LLC Educational Services for Horses and Humans
Treasurer: Joey Ogburn Founder/President Luv Shack Ranch Horse Rescue,Inc.
Board of Directors Members
Michael Hutchison, DVM Pegasus Equine Veterinary Service, PC
Betty Welton President and Founder Healing Hearts Animal Rescue and Refuge
Karen Pomroy President and Founder Equine Voices Rescue and Sanctuary
Please follow the above link to take action, or click HERE.
Please send this pre-written letter to President Obama & the BLM by September 1st, I will personally hand deliver a copy of your letter to Washington, D.C. If you'd rather mail us a copy of your letter, please send it to:
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Comments on BLM's Plan to Extend Infertility Drug Use through 2015 due by September 16th
Dear Cloud Supporters;
Mark your calendars. Comments regarding a five-year plan to continue the use of Porcine Zona Pellucida (PZP) infertility drugs on Pryor wild horse mares are due on September 16. The initial scoping letter from the Billings BLM was mailed on August 18.
As a result of aggressive infertility applications delivered via shots last fall and dart guns this spring, 52 mares on the mountain are cycling monthly (coming into estrous or heat), being bred, and defended by their band stallions.
Let me say that interchange among the Pryor wild horse bands is common—probably more so than in most herds in the West. There is a reason for this. The majority of the family bands come to the mountaintop in the summer, to a relatively small area. Here, in the beautiful sub-alpine meadows, bands regularly graze and roam only 100 yards apart. In contrast, bands are commonly miles apart in other herds. Add to this close contact situation, a sex ratio artificially altered when 32 females and only 22 males were removed during the massive September 2009 roundup.
Then, factor in the monthly heat cycles of 52 females on birth control (40 mares given PZP-22—22 months of infertility—during the round up in 2009, and 10 more mares receiving the one-year drug remotely by the Pryor Mustang Center under the direction of BLM).
The Pryor herd is currently a genetically non-viable one. The population, which includes well under 150 breeding adults, begs the point of population control. Any drugs to suppress population growth should not be given at this time. (Read more here about the Cloud Foundation’s position on the use of infertility drugs on wild horse herds.)
What we will be proposing to BLM is a sea change in the “breeding farm” mentality that threatens the future of the herd as we know it. What we mean by a “breeding farm mentality” is attempting to control factors artificially that are normally regulated by the laws of nature—i.e. natural selection as opposed to human selection of who lives and dies and reproduces. With this in mind we will be making these recommendations:
- Immediately begin serious discussions with the Custer National Forest Acting Supervisor, Mary Erickson, to discuss the legal expansion of the Pryor wild horse herd boundaries to include their current and historic use areas beyond the BLM/Forest Service boundary atop the mountain. (See range expansion background and initiative).
- Conduct meetings with Wyoming and Montana Fish and Game to encourage the agencies to reduce the hunting of mountain lions within the PMWHR. (See natural management paper).
- Only consider the use of the one-year remotely delivered PZP when the herd is back in the minimally viable range of 150-200 adults two-years old or older. Use the one-year drug only selectively rather than giving the drug to every mare in the herd. Use the drug at the optimum time of year to avoid out-of-season births. Do not use any infertility drugs on yearling fillies.
- Make the determination of using the one-year drug on a year-by-year basis so that immediate cessation can take place if predation begins regulating the population naturally as it did in 2001-2005.
- Allow wild horses, who become unwell on the range due to natural versus human related activities, to die on the range. Of course, if horses are discovered down they should be humanely euthanized. But, removing, rehabbing, and re-introducing them only serves to potentially weaken the herd.
Please help us fight for this precious herd and their right to live free on the land of their birth with as little interference from man as is possible! Thanks.
Bolder & Texas, a ten year-old mare who has foaled only once - PZP'd again last fall in the roundup
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INTERIOR DEPARTMENT ASSAULT ON WILD HORSES CONTINUES WITH “ZEROING OUT” IN MORIAH, NV STARTING TOMORROW
INTERIOR DEPARTMENT ASSAULT ON WILD HORSES CONTINUES WITH “ZEROING OUT” IN MORIAH, NV STARTING TOMORROW
Ely, Nevada (August 26, 2010). . . Beginning tomorrow, the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is scheduled to roundup and remove every wild horse living in the Moriah Herd Area 48 miles north of Ely, Nevada. It will take the agency four days to capture, via helicopter stampede, the estimated 72 horses living in this 55,300 acre public lands area.
The action is part of the most aggressive government roundup effort in recent years, with 12,000 mustangs and burros targeted for removal from the Western range this year. The majority of captured mustangs will join the 38,000+ wild horses already warehoused in government holding facilities, a number that exceeds the population (<33,000) left free in the wild.
“The Moriah Herd Area is just the latest federally protected wild horse habitat to be ‘zeroed out’ by the Interior Department,” said Suzanne Roy, Campaign Director for the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign, which is supported by a coalition of 40 public interest, conservation, historic preservation, horse advocacy and animal welfare organizations.
“Over the past four decades, BLM has eliminated more than 20 million acres of federally-designated habitat for wild horses and burros, shrinking the lands available to these Congressionally-protected animals to just 26 million acres,” she continued. “By contrast, livestock grazing is authorized on 160 million acres of BLM lands.”
In Moriah, BLM is claiming that removal of all of the 72 wild horses is necessary to improve rangeland health, yet the agency continues to authorize more than four times as many cattle – over 300 — to graze those same lands.
“In area after area, BLM sets arbitrarily low management levels for wild horses and allocates the majority of resources to livestock,” Roy concluded. “It’s clear that private commercial interests drive BLM policy, but the public is increasingly demanding change in the way our public lands are managed.”
Last month, 54 members of Congress sent a letter to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar urging a halt to BLM roundups, citing concern about the trauma, injuries and deaths caused in the helicopter stampedes and raising questions about BLM’s “flawed” and “unsustainable” wild horse management policy.
Ranchers graze cattle on public land for a fraction of the cost of grazing on private land ($1.35 per Animal Unit Month (AUM) on public lands vs. an average of over $15 per AUM on private lands, according to the Congressional Research Service, 2009). Publicly-subsidized livestock grazing — dubbed “welfare ranching” — costs taxpayers in excess of $122 million annually, yet cattle grazed on public lands provide just 3% of the nation’s beef supply.
The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign is dedicated to preserving the American wild horse in viable free-roaming herds for generations to come, as part of our national heritage.
Twin Peaks Roundup Litchfield Corral
(In My Humble Opinion) by R.T. Fitch ~ author of “Straight from the Horse’s Heart”
It happened just like clockwork, the timing was excellent. There had been no local “Ranchers” to speak of at the Twin Peaks roundup the day before, but today was different; there was a reporter from the New York Times on hand with a photographer documenting the carefully orchestrated “gather” and for the grand finale, wild horse advocates were on the menu.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
BLM management personnel were on hand to speak with and direct the activities of the visiting reporter and photographer. After the first helicopter stampede where the horse were run at breakneck speed the NYT team was allowed to enter the operations area while other credentialed professionals were restricted to the distant observation location. When local BLM officials were asked why the observations area was so distant from the trap and subsequent activities the standard BLM reply was repeated “Contractors request.”
The contractor, Cattoor Livestock Roundups of Utah place their traps and pens on private land and BLM then claims that property owners have insisted outsiders aren’t allowed on the land, that despite the 260 million acres of public land under BLM management.
Horseback Magazine will soon request the Cattoor federal roundup contract to determine if the contractor has the right to close its trap area to the media. In recent weeks, BLM was caught in violation of federal aviation rules when it claimed that airspace above its stampede was restricted. The FAA had denied a bureau request to close airspace saying the roundups didn’t meet it’s strict rules for closure.
Sue Cattoor, the helicopter contractor responsible for the roundup made a surprise visit to the remote observation area to “dispel” rumors that there have been no injured or lame foals suffering since the beginning of the operation. It is a falsehood.
Direct observation by this reporter and others indicates that approximately 60 percent of the foals held at Litchfield display signs of serious lameness. At the Calico roundup, two foals were euthanized after shedding their hooves after running miles over rocky ground in the dead of winter. At Tuscarora, a mare was shot by contractor Dave Cattoor after most of the musculature of her forearm was stripped from her leg on sharp rocks allegedly during a stampede. A foal, with broken legs presumably belonging to the mare was also shot. The corpse of the mare was later found dead by a Nevada water official at the foot of a cliff.
Later during the day, another round of stampeded horses raced their way into the basin which lay before the Cattoor’s jute and fence “funnel” into their trap. Skillfully, for the sake of the NYT team the chopper slowed the horses to a slow trot as they were pressed into the trap, this is where the photos by Fitch show the NYT photographer right within the trap zone and on the private property that the rest of the observers and credentialed media were restricted from nearing.
A complete archive of all Horseback Magazine stories on the BLM roundups may be found at www.stevenlongwriter.com.
Some, including myself, took issue with the description of "bloody roundup." I'm reconsidering.
(To enlarge photos, just click on them. --EG)
©Photo by Craig Downer
Craig Downer said he observed blood dripping from this horse's nostrils in the trailer shortly after being driven in by the helicopter. The horses -- young, old, sick, healthy -- often must travel great distances under pressure from the helicopter.
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Tuesday, August 24, 2010
All Rules Broken for the Sake of BLM Propaganda
Horseback Magazine photographer, Terry Fitch, unknowingly captured a shot of the New York Times photographer right in the middle of the stampede while both herself and press credentialed reporter Laura Leigh, who’s credintials are recognized by a Federal Judge, were held at arm’s length over one half mile away and not granted access to the operations site on public land.
The New York Times notified the BLM, yesterday, that they would be sending a reporter and photographer to document the operations at the stampede, today. Before sunrise the reporter was on hand at BLM’s Litchfield holding facility just north of Susanville, CA. The reporter took down names and information from several citizens before being whisked away by early arriving BLM officials.
Unlike in days past, multiple numbers of BLM officials and management personnel were on hand to speak with and direct the activities of the visiting NYT reporter and photographer. After the first helicopter stampede where the horse were run at breakneck speed the NYT team was allowed to enter the operations area while other credentialed professionals were restricted to the distant observation location. When local BLM officials were asked why the observations area was so distant from the trap and subsequent activities the standard BLM reply was repeated “Contractors request”.
Helicopter stampede contractor, Sue Cattoor, did make a surprise visit to the remote observation area to “dispel” rumors that there have been no injured or lame foals suffering since the beginning of the ill planed stampede. This “news” flies in the face of the direct observation by this reporter that approximately 60% of the foals held at the Litchfield wild horse holding facility display signs of serious lameness.
Later during the day, another round of stampeded horses raced their way into the basin which lay before the Cattoor’s jute and fence “funnel” into their trap. Skillfully, for the sake of the NYT team, the chopper slowed the horses to a slow trot as they were pressed into the trap, this is where the photos of Fitch show the NYT photographer right within the trap zone and on the “private property” that the rest of the taxpaying observers were restricted from nearing.
While the handful of citizens stood almost a mile away, the BLM violated all of the rules and guidelines stated prior to any and/or all stampedes that the public has been allowed to observe. The dance of influence and power continues as the BLM makes up new rules as they see fit and customize to suit their purpose.
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