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Re: [RC] Misquoting - Barbara McCrary

I don't have a problem with created water ponds...they provide wild horses and other animals with needed water, and in the case here at home, they create great frog habitat.  I was always under the impression that ranchers had to pay BLM for grazing rights.  Was I wrong?
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Sent: Saturday, July 19, 2008 12:10 PM
Subject: Re: [RC] Misquoting

This sounds good but Cattle ran on BLM do a lot of damage and the ranchers make water ponds, catch pens with large equipment, which also take roads to get to, blah, blah blah....So the Cattle do have private owners that make money on the sale of Cattle which is done by having free feed all summer (or winter in some areas) on BLM land.  I know this first hand.  We used to have a cattle ranch in Council, Idaho, and couldn't wait to move the stock up to the BLM lands with our BLM grazing rights permit....which is funny, that can be sold too!
So this just gets deeper as a subject.....
Tammy Robinson
Trail-Rite Products
18171 Lost Creek Road
Saugus, CA 91390
661/513-9269 office
661/713-3912 cell
661/513-9206 fax

In a message dated 7/18/2008 7:59:34 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, bigcreekranch@xxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
One good thing that BLM allows is controlled grazing, because such use keeps invasive brush and weeds to a minimum.

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Re: [RC] Misquoting, Trailrite