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2015 You can say my new address is 26695 Trophy Lane, Kingston, WA!
Close to Keyport, Seattle, Bangor, Bremerton Shipyard, Poulsbo or Bainbridge Island, (Kitsap County) only 3 miles from the Port Gamble trails to ride on 5k acres of groomed trails.
We have raised the price and will again soon so hurry and get this deal while you still can. Six garages, 3 fireplaces, propane, granite, marble, electric, radiant floor heating master on-suite, 1500 square foot deck, master gardens for privacy. Never have to purchase flowers again. Hay storage for the entire year and all your garden stuff. Man cave of 2400 square feet with a pellet stove. Has a permit for 4 bedrooms. All new doors you can’t find a better deal anywhere. This home is worth every penny.
Carriage home of luxury, turn-key ready to bring the horses home today. Life is short better hurry and catch this dream home while you still can. Nothing on the market like this!
Good luck to the lucky new owner! We lived here for fourteen years, oh yes and video camera surveillance backed up off site so you can get a text each and every time someone comes on your property to feed your horses while you are away on vacation. Protection one for fire and security, high speed internet and Dish for all your t.v. shows. This is a gaited and private five acres beautiful oasis for you and your family.
Contact Barbara Ann Stier at Better Homes and Gardens for a private showing. 360 271-2993. Address is 26695 Trophy Lane, Kingston, WA 98346.
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BREAKING NEWS: Judge temporarily blocks the roundup and forced drugging of beloved Nevada herd known from THE MISFITS
Feb 12, 2015 — Government cannot rely on a five-year-old environmental analysis that ignores allegations of pesticide dangers
RENO, NV (February 11, 201)—U.S. District Judge Larry Hicks has granted Protect Mustangs and Friends of Animals a motion for a preliminary injunction to stop the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) roundup and permanent removal of 200 wild horses in the Pine Nut Herd Management Area (HMA) and the roundup of another 132 wild horses so that an estimated 66 mares can be given the drug PZP, an EPA approved pesticide, as a form of birth control. These wild horses belong to the most famous horse herd in NV–the one featured in The Misfits starring Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe–which helped pave the way for the Wild Horse & Burro Act of 1971. This herd now faces possible obliteration, despite the Act and advocates are fighting to stop a travesty.
“Today is a milestone for America’s wild horses who have been scapegoated for range damage and forcibly drugged with PZP in experiments for decades,” states Anne Novak, executive director of Protect Mustangs based in San Francisco. “They should never live in zoo-like settings on public land. That’s not freedom. Wild horses are a native species who contribute to the ecosystem. They belong here.”
Hicks said that with the proposed Pine Nut roundup, which was slated to begin Feb. 20, 2015, the BLM has failed to satisfy the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) and other federal laws that are applicable.
“Accordingly, the court finds that the public interest will be best served by enjoining the BLM’s proposed gather, at least until the court has an opportunity to fully consider the merits of plaintiffs’ claims,” Hicks said.
“We are delighted that the Court agreed with Friends of Animals and Protect Mustangs that BLM is obligated to fully evaluate under NEPA each and every proposed round-up,” said Michael Harris, director of Friends of Animals’ (FoA’s) Wildlife Law Program. “In relying upon a stale Environmental Assessment from 2010, BLM has not met its duty to fully inform the public about the impacts associated with its plan to permanently remove more than 200 wild horses from the Pine Nut Range, and to dose dozens of mares with the fertility drug PZP. It is time for BLM to evaluate the harsh reality that PZP has long-term detrimental effects on wild horses.”
“I would say this is a major victory for wild horses and reflects rising concerns about rounding up and drugging wild horses with PZP,” added Jennifer Barnes, staff attorney with FoA’s Wildlife Law Program.
“I’m grateful that the wild herd I’ve been studying for 50 years has received justice in federal court today.” Craig Downer, director of ecology and conservation at Protect Mustangs. “This is an opportunity to prove our case to restore the herds.”
Protect Mustangs is a nonprofit organization who protects and preserves native and wild horses.
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Links of interest™:
HELP get the evidence needed to win the lawsuit with high tech devices. Please donate here: http://www.gofundme.com/lqsy50
Marilyn Monroe in The Misfits: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvGF0YhPSZg
February 11th Court order granting preliminary injunction: http://protectmustangs.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/PM-Pine-Nut-Order-Granting-Preliminary-Inj..pdf
US judge “troubled” by mustang roundup planned in Nevada http://www.idahostatesman.com/2015/02/09/3636398_us-judge-troubled-by-latest-mustang.html?rh=1
Lawsuit targets Nevada wild horse roundup (USA TODAY)http://usat.ly/1yNrjLy
Latest suit to block Nevada mustang roundups targets drugs http://www.idahostatesman.com/2015/02/01/3622737_latest-suit-to-block-nevada-mustang.html?rh=1
Jan. 26th Press release: Protect Mustangs & Friends of Animals file lawsuit to stop Pine Nut Mountains roundup: http://protectmustangs.org/?p=7806
Wild-horse activists kicked out of federal meeting in Nevada, (Associated Press) went viral: http://bit.ly/1zHGrjY
Activists split on US agency”s plans to treat 250 mares with fertility-control drug in Nevada: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/dec/28/activists-rip-blms-plans-to-remove-750-more-mustan/
Forum on PZP: http://on.fb.me/1DfKqSJ
EPA Pesticide fact Sheet for PZP: http://1.usa.gov/1zKMiWy
Protect Mustangs on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProtectMustangs
ProtectMustangs on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProtectMustangs
Anne Novak on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheAnneNovak
A brief history of wild horses in the news: http://bit.ly/1LsjGEz
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Why Do You Need To Have A Veterinarian Come To Your Farm at least once a year?
Once a year I have all shots done by my vet and a wellness check.
Why would I do this when I can give the shots myself and save money?
- The vet needs to have a detailed plan to know the health and history of the equine they are caring for. Just like we need to see the doctor once a year for health and welfare checkup so does our vet. In an emergency my vet will come to my farm asap. If I have no history with my vet I may or may not be able to get a vet when an emergency comes and believe me on a farm they come.
- Having a wellness check and shots as needed tetanus and westnile at a minimum (depends on your exposure from other equine what shots are needed) saves me money along with the teeth opened and looked at some years nothing needs to be done.
- The vet will notice things we can do to save me money down the road such as teeth that need to be done again, i.e, my black mare Trophy just had her teeth done in September of 2014 she now has sharp points in five months these grew. They are so sharp they are pushing into her gums.
- I have a horse Palomino that gets hives her shots are spread out to not over load her immune system.
- Fecal samples are taken twice a year to prevent resistance free parasites (worms) on the farm. Once a year I give a wormer that hits everything to include removal of tapeworms. Your vet will tell you which wormer works best in your part of the world.
Took this photo of Roy’s(new mini donkey) tooth, sent a photo to my vet and will find out if this is normal or not looks painful. I always check the mouth and double-check to see all are eating and drinking, pooping to prevent colic. Poor oral health is a huge problem for optimum health and care of our domesticated equine just like us people. Why? In the wild they are eating sticks and things that grind down the teeth in domestication it is soft hay and grain. No donkey needs grain ever. Never feed alfalfa or any grass clippings to your equine. Test your hay for the best health results.
Please remember the cheapest item you will buy is the horse, donkey or mule.
Health care is 100% your responsibility! Keeping your domesticated equine in optimum health is easy when you do your homework and find a vet who has experience with donkeys and mules not all do. Same with the trimmer/farrier not all have experience with donkeys and mules so do your homework.
As needed my vet will refer me to a specialist; When I need a specialist as us humans do when sick my vet will do the research and send me to the best available closes as possible to my farm.Chiropractor has been needed in the past and a tooth specialist as Rocket Man is 22 this year a few years ago he had a tooth break. We had to have a tooth specialist dig it out. Rocket Man had oral surgery, I.V. in his neck and this took 4 ½ hours. Dr. DeLorey was able to successfully get the broken fragments of tooth out long by the way. If any were left in he would have got an infection and had to go to a trauma hospital costing us more money.
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Trimmer/farrier when needed. If you are trail riding you will need shoes or boots for your horse, mule or Mammoth donkey.
I am a worldwide virtual coach, consultant and trainer of you the owner of a donkey, horse or mule. I teach you how to lead using resistant free methods and matching the energy of your equine. Never holding a grudge and setting the equine up for success. I look forward to teaching you how to train your donkey, horse or mule to do anything you want to learn.
Select Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC for more details. Still not sure how I can successfully train you read my testimonials and call me I will explain how virtual coaching not only works it will save you time and money.
GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!
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Please remember a guard donkey needs to be at least a standard size donkey. Mini donkeys can’t defend themselves against Coyotes. Select Coyotes kill horse.
If coyotes can kill a horse how do you think a small mini donkey can defend itself? Please use common sense. All donkeys should live with another donkey as donkeys are very social and need a herd buddy just like our horses do. For more information contact Melody at her e-mail Melody@Donkeywhisperer.com.
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I am now accepting virtual worldwide students. Want to learn how skype works to learn from me? We Skype you ask questions I answer, I review your video’s and I coach you to fix any problem you have with your equine by providing you with detailed homework assignments. I offer a fifteen minute meet and greet before you sign up for virtual classes. I teach all over the world from my computer to your computer. After our farm is completed in Sequim, WA I will have classes here. Still looking for the new owner of our home and mini farm of 14 years in Kingston, WA.
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GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!