Ranchers Revolt as Feds Rope Off 2 Million Acres For Frog

Farm Bureau sues U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over Obama era rule

California ranchers and logging groups say those protections are hurting their ability to make a living. So another conflict over the Endangered Species Act is going to court.

The California Farm Bureau and two ranchers’ associations sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Monday, challenging a year-old decision to designate more than 1.8 million acres of rural California as “critical habitat” for three species of frogs and toads that are protected by the Endangered Species Act.

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2 responses to “Ranchers Revolt as Feds Rope Off 2 Million Acres For Frog

  1. williamjamesward

    Arbitrary decisions made for the purpose of getting rid of people
    who earn a living working the land is a leftist effort at obstruction.
    It seems impossible that there are no other frogs outside of the
    two million acres and what criteria calls for such a massive amount
    of land for anything. Leftists want the World population to go down
    to about 500 million people and all of their efforts are geared towards
    this so I hope they do not reproduce in that effort and leave us
    in peace………they are idiots……………….William

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  2. We’ve known for a long time that it is the people whom ‘they’ prefer to
    become extinct., this one is by starvation. I just read your comment William,
    They are trying to sicken and kill us by any means necessary.
    They are devils.


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