URGENT! Help save 3-year-old McCullough the WY #mustang ! RT Plz

 

UPDATE March 14 at 12 noon: Steve Mantle has confirmed McCullough has a bidder!!! YEA! So grateful that now he will be safe YOU ALL MADE THIS HAPPEN! Thank you for caring and sharing♥

Original post on March 11th:

Please share to find an adopter for McCullough # 0336! He is now a 3-STRIKES Wyoming wild horse and just turned 3-years-old. He is at-risk of going to slaughter!

You might remember McCullough because we shared him on December 5th, after the previous internet adoption but he didn’t find an adopter that would take him home and now he’s at-risk!

Transport & pick up info: Because he’s on the internet adoption he can be picked up at Mantle Ranch, WY; Elm Creek, NE; Pauls Valley, OK; Piney Woods, MS; Mequon, WI. or Archdale, NC (Apr 18) and Springfield, OH (Apr 25).

McCullough wants to be loved! Save him♥

Now his life is in danger because of the 3-Strikes provision. BLM Policy claims they won’t sell to slaughter but the LAW (2004 Burns Amendment) gives them the legal right to “unlimited sales, euthanasia, etc.” Policy-speak out of BLM’s forked tongues is just that. Read about 3-Strikes wild horses who loose all their protections and can be legally sold by the truckload to middlemen who sell our national icons to probable slaughter in Canada or Mexico: http://protectmustangs.org/?p=2811

ADOPTION Info to bid on McCullough: https://www.blm.gov/adoptahorse/howtoadopt.php

Please share to find someone who will save McCullough. He will gentle up with love and patience. He’s a sweetie who wants to LOVE you back

Info on McCullough:

Sex: Gelding Age: 3 Years Height (in hands): 14.0

Necktag #: 0336 Date Captured: 01/23/13

Color: Bay Captured: McCullough Peaks (WY)

Notes: McCullough now is a 3-Strikes wild horse!
#0336 – He just turned 3 yrs old. This nice bay gelding, captured Jan 2013 in the McCullough Peaks Herd Area, WY.

Mantle Ranch staff says, “He is very easy going in the corrals, and gets along with the other geldings very well. He is untouched as far as training.”

Here is his page on the BLM internet adoption happening now: https://www.blm.gov/adoptahorse/horse.php?horse_id=6309&mygalleryview=

This horse is located at the Mantle Ranch in Wyoming right now. The Mantle family contracts with BLM to board and gentle a lot of wild horses. McCullough belongs to BLM until he is safely adopted. The BLM could sell him off if he is not adopted because he is a 3-Strikes wild horse.

For more information about McCullough, email Steve Mantle at: mantle9@wyomingwireless.com or call 307-322-5799 evenings. You can also call Anne Novak at 415-531-8454 or Debbie Collins 405-790-1056 at BLM or email her dacollin@blm.gov

Together we can help save McCullough!

Remember Sharing is caring

Contact us if you run into any BLM red tape: Contact@ProtectMustangs.org

Link to share on Facebook to save McCullough: https://www.facebook.com/ProtectMustangs/photos/a.240625045996522.58710.233633560029004/658147077577648/?type=1&theater

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Legally BLM can sell wild horses by the truckloads

 

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has the legal right–under the 2004 Burns Amendment passed by Congress–to dispose of America’s legendary wild horses through “unlimited sales”. People buying truckloads of wild horses generally sell them to slaughter. In August 2011 one such truckload was busted on it’s way to slaughter.

BLM claims it does not sell wild horses to slaughter directly at this time. . . In effect, the middle man buys the truckloads of wild horses and sells them to the slaughterhouse.

It’s time for more eyes on roundups and more eyes on wild horses in holding.

The public wants to re-protect America’s wild horses especially with horse slaughter plants scheduled to reopen in the U.S.A.

Ask Congress to STOP the roundup$ now.