The Dodo – First taste of freedom This horse was so hungry that she stuck her head in an electric fence looking for food. But now she’s gotten plenty to eat and feels like a whole new horse. Today she’s about to find out she has a whole […]
By Priscilla Feral as published on The Salt Lake Tribune The Salt Lake City Tribune reported that the Bureau of Land Management ripped 435 wild horses from Utah’s Onaqui Herd Management Area after forcibly drugging them with fertility control for years. The agency spared the elder statesman of […]
The Dodo – Little but Fierce This tiny baby donkey becomes obsessed with her human sisters and follows them everywhere… Even in the house!
By: William E. Simpson II Catastrophic Wildfires Devastating Salmon Runs – Not The Klamath River Dams – Wild Horses offer an important partial solution to mitigating wildfires It seems that too many people, including elected officials and land managers, continue to overlook or in some cases, intentionally ignore […]
Source: The Dodo Clare Staples and the Skydog Ranch hit another one out of the park.
by R.T. Fitch ~ “in my humble opinion” “Just when you thought it couldn’t get any stupider…” Do you remember, back in November 2016, the heartbreak of learning of an alleged sanctuary, and it’s deranged leader, putting hundreds and hundreds of former wild horses at risk due to […]
OpEd by R.T. Fitch ~ President/Co-Founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation Repost from 2017 It’s a dangerous time for not only our wild horses and burros but also for our country in general. Although there is renewed hope that we will no longer “lead from behind” in a […]
Short story from “Straight from the Horse’s Heart” by R.T. Fitch “It’s been a few years, but we now we have ‘Dumb and Dumber’ living next door and yup, they were inconsiderate enough to light off exploding skyrockets over our back pasture, last night or evening as it […]
By Emily Caldwell “Slipped into a large transportation infrastructure bill, the amendment must now pass the Senate before it can become law…” The House of Representatives passed an amendment Wednesday that would ban the transportation of horses across state lines or to Canada and Mexico to slaughterhouses for […]
By Mark Price as published on The Charlotte Observer “An invasive plant known to grow in thick mats over water has met its match on North Carolina’s Outer Banks…” An invasive plant known to grow in thick mats over water has met its match on North Carolina’s Outer […]