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Nevada Cattlemen comment on Bundy

NCA opposes certain laws that dismiss historical use of public land use
“With good faith negotiations from both sides, we believe a result can be achieved which recognizes the balance that must be struck between private property rights and resource sustainability,” stated the NCA.

David Cooper, Progressive Cattlemen | April 17, 2014

In a statement released Wednesday, the Nevada Cattlemen’s Association gave extended comments on the controversial cattle gather in southern Nevada involving the Bureau of Land Management and Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, saying it does not condone actions to break federal laws.

“(NCA) works hard to change regulations detrimental to the sound management of public lands in a lawful manner and supports the concept of multiple uses on federally managed lands and encourages members of the livestock industry to abide by regulations governing federal lands,” the statement reads. READ MORE

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