Sunday, April 22, 2012

Elko commissioner opposes wild horse eco-sanctuary

Bellingham Herald

- An Elko County commissioner and longtime critic of environmental restrictions on federal lands says a proposed eco-sanctuary for hundreds of wild horses in northeast Nevada will damage the range and could put some ranchers out of business.
"Is that what we want to do, take viable cattle ranches important to the economy and switch it so now they're horse sanctuaries and the taxpayers support the horses there?" said DeMar Dahl, the commission's chairman of public lands.   Read More  

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