Jon Gosch

Novelist, Journalist and Freelance Editor

Posts Tagged: hoof rot

Save Our Elk (from toxic herbicides)

August 2014

“Shall we see our children stripped of everything provided by a wise Providence for the sustenance of untold generations? The earth does not belong entirely to the present. Posterity has its claims.” — Frank Lamb, Grays Harbor forester, 1909   Hardly a day goes by anymore without the release of a disturbing new article or… Read more »

The Need for a Noisy Spring

July 2014

Photo credit: US Bureau of Land Management Accord Concentrate/ Rodeo • Accord XRT II • Arsenal AC • Atrazine 4L Drexel • Atrazine 4L Sipcam • Atrazine 4L Mana •Compadre • Forestry Garlon XRT • Garlon 4 Ultra • Grounded • In-Place • Metcel VMF • Polaris AC • Polaris AC Complete • Polaris SP… Read more »

Of Roosevelt Elk, Bacteria, Hooves and Herbicides

June 2014

Over the last several years through numerous blog posts and comments Cascadia Wildlands has been forwarding two important notions. The first is that state wildlife commissions (and therefore agencies) in the West are too beholding to resource-oriented industries such as ranching, timber, mining and energy interests at the expense of hunters, anglers and our ever-dwindling… Read more »

Local Farrier’s Research Connects Herbicides to Hoof Disease in Elk, Horses

May 2014

Krystal Davies with Her Horses, Jameson and Tucker | Photo by Shauna DeSpain Herbicides Linked to Chemically Induced Endocrinopathic Laminitis in Elk Authored by Krystal Davies I believe I understand why the elk in southwest Washington are being affected by the mysterious hoof disease, namely hoof rot. I have credible evidence and can provide a… Read more »