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    12-16-2011, 11:37 AM
Here where I live we don't have Mustangs running free
I just have seen them on tv
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    12-16-2011, 12:11 PM
Originally Posted by COWCHICK77    
You living in Nevada yourself know that it requires a lot of land to maintain an AU. A horse AU is 50% more can a cow/calf pair. That is a lot of land to maintain one horse. Also horses are a hell of a lot tougher on the grass than cattle are. Horses tear the grass out by the roots rather than chewing it off like cattle. I would be a little irritated as well if I had a lease that the horses were tearing up while my cows are hunting grass. The growing season is short and its nice to save a little for dry winter feed.
i know I have a bit of a bias seeing as the cattle ranchers have no problems with their cattle coming through our property - which they love because we have the best water source for quite a ways. The thing is... they have to come through I can't even guess how many private properties and down roads, etc. to get to the creek from their grazing lands. It's crazy.

Anyways... we went quite far off topic I think. Hahaha
    12-16-2011, 12:19 PM
We have a mustang and I love her to death she is like a big dog and she is a wonderful horse. She is VERY curious and gets into trouble, but she is a great horse and nothing dumb about her. My husband got her when she was 6 months old she is 19 years old now.

Wildfire after her bath


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