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Snowy Brumby Support Group

mailEmail us: snowybrumby13@gmail.com

 

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Group Chairperson- Beryl Ryan: snowybrumby13@gmail.com – 0475-933-531

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11 responses to “Contact us

  1. Amanda Johnson

    July 21, 2014 at 3:09 pm

    Hi can you please contact me concerning the Brumby Cull that NSW National Parks are planning?

     
  2. Tiffany hurst

    August 19, 2014 at 6:33 pm

    is anything like this happening in kosciusko

     
    • snowybrumby

      August 21, 2014 at 11:00 pm

      “YES” – This is where NSW National Parks public servants took the Brumbies from.

       
  3. Amanda

    August 19, 2014 at 7:45 pm

    Yes its being planned. We are trying to stop it and our group is growing.a

     
    • snowybrumby

      August 21, 2014 at 11:03 pm

      Amanda~ WE need to join hands and fight these out of control greens and government as a force not fragmented groups to stop this slaughter for in 12 months there will be zero Brumbies on the Snowy and it will be all too late …. Mark

       
  4. affected by brumbies

    February 1, 2015 at 9:10 pm

    The problem of increasing brumby numbers doesn’t only affect the NP. I’m a private landowner in the snowies and the population on my property alone has increased by 40% in 6 months. At one point I had 42 brumbies on my property. I’m thousands of dollars out of pocket due to damage by brumbies. Broken fences, destroyed crops, increased spread of noxious weeds. I’ve spent years working on my crop to have it demolished in a few days, even with fencing securing it! I’m all up for saving these animals, but please all of you city folk signing up to save these horses, who have no real understanding of the damage they cause to our unique alpine environment, come and get one or two and keep them in your own backyard!!! Why does it have to be mine that they ruin? At the rate they are increasing on my property alone, there is no fear there will ever be none left!!!!!

     
  5. Harry Palmer

    February 2, 2015 at 8:51 am

    I have a problem with your credibility – – – – I find your story total fiction well tainted with a green slime I do factually have a very large property in the snowy (not snowies) neighbouring to National Parks the family has owned for 160 years. We suffer noxious weeds from NP as their care is zero with the bird and wind carrying the seed to my property. The brumbies that roam public land (now National Parks) have never in our recorded history broken down a fence, the population over the past 5 years has diminished by 60% and the 12 brumbies we have are an asset to the eco system here we have frogs along the creek and around the dam thriving in their pug holes and no damage to the edges of the creek because there is strong vegetation supporting the earth. Parks next door have no frogs, no wild flowers and a jungle of scrub along their side of the same creek. Go pedal your green poison elsewhere a farmer hahahahaha.

     
    • Trudi

      September 21, 2016 at 1:12 pm

      Hi Harry. That is lovely to hear and I believe a truer sum up. There seems to be so much commotion about the Brumbies and yet, the feral dog, feral cat & feral pig problem seems to go untouched. Perhaps we just don’t hear about what they are doing about them but they certainly cause a great deal of damage to our environment, not to mention the native species that they attack and continue to make extinct. I don’t live anywhere near the snowy but I do understand that perhaps there could be a need to cull. My issue is how they do it and how many. Aerial culling is horrendously cruel. The young foals will try and keep up with the herd and basically run their hoofs off. Just terrible. Then the stories of mares foaling and being shot. Just terrible. I also understand (but I hope I am wrong) that the RSPCA has condoned this culling by air and to me, that is totally disturbing. Having contacted the RSPCA in recent times to assist with native animal injuries and being told every time to contact my local vet has made me lose all respect for them. Their main concern is dogs and cats which seriously don’t need anymore help. I just wish I was able to afford land so I could take on at least some of these wonderful animals. Let us hope that if culling needs to be done, it is done in a humane way and not the shockingly cruel way it is carried out in America on the Mustangs.

       
  6. get real...

    February 2, 2015 at 9:09 am

    ^^ You sound like that total knob-end from Snowy Wilderness…

    If not – where is your ‘very large’ property then?

    Harry Palmer obviously isn’t you real name.
    Although Its obvious you are a very firm acquaintance of “Mrs Palmer”

     

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