September 29, 2020

WWP Bragging About Closing Livestock Grazing on 130,000 Acres of Public Land in Idaho

While Jon Marvel boasts of his radical organization’s ability to manipulate the government, along with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG), and permanently shut down 130,000 acres of public land to livestock grazing, some wonder just exactly what the IDFG is up to.

One sportsman who recently attended one of IDFG’s “Non-hunting wildlife diversity meetings,” had this to say:

“I am sure you would have had fun sitting there and listening during the Wildlife Diversity groups as our IDFG staff asked a member of Ralph Maughn’s board write up a plan on alternative funding along with former IDFG Commissioner Power, current IDFG supervisor Steve Schmidt and other IDFG staff.” “ The IDFG staff made Sure that I had to stand up in front of everyone and talk about Why alternative funding wasn’t supported by the core sportsmen and ranchers.” “As I was the only one that was against it in the room of about 20 people.” “Our IDFG Staff really knows how to make hunters feel so “Warm and Fuzzy and Welcome”….LOL

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13 Wolves Killed for Killing 186 Sheep

Seems unfair to me! 10,000 sheep couldn’t defend themselves against 13 wolves! Where’s the justice?

On Saturday, last, wolves were responsible for the killing of 176 sheep belonging to the Siddoway Sheep Company. The sheep were grazing on public lands by acquisition of a legal grazing permit from the federal government.

Some are saying that it isn’t right to kill the 13 wolves. Evidently, to them it’s alright for American citizens to have their private property killed, at an estimated cost of $20,000.00? And what these some seem to not realize is that 12 of those dead wolves were killed before two wolves showed up at the sheep grazing allotment, killing sheep for fun and causing a panic stampede that resulted in dozens of sheep being trampled and suffocated. This wolf pack was a problem long before this incident it appears.

For some, the argument is that private enterprise shouldn’t be allowed to graze sheep on public land. Then perhaps the federal government should give the land back to Idaho and then allow the private enterprises to purchase the lands for grazing. But somehow I don’t think that would matter much to the totalitarian environmentalists.

According to the article, a member of the Western Watersheds Project was complaining that the Siddoway Sheep Company only pays $866.70 for a three-month grazing permit. If Siddoway was paying $866,700.00 a month for a grazing permit, would it matter to these oppressive, fascistic environmentalists?

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