Only problem here Dave is it's not his land.. so how much interest does he have in seeing it properly managed. He might be a good steward, then again he might feel it's just something to "use". Don't know the answer. He also could be abusing it naively… he may not believe all they environmental "tree hugger" stuff !
Same way all those smokers denied medical findings for years until the big C caught up with them !!
He has accused the BLM of not doing their required maintenance
Which is the oldest, most hackneyed, and predictable play in the book. Sit in on any custody hearing and hear both parents demean the parenting skills of the other. One could open a successful deli with that much baloney.
I don't know but from an earlier story he had mentioned that during the time he had been paying fees before 1993, the BLM wasn't doing maintenance that was part of the agreement and that was one of the reasons he quit paying.
But, of course, what Steve said is very true.
But in any case, the contracts he signs are for ten years , so he has reneged on two, now three contract periods, while, which he has continued to graze his cattle with no payment . Payment was a paltry $1.34 per month for each cow calf that was on it.
Seems pretty clear to me Dave
Edited by MrB (04/21/1407:15 AM)
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