CHICAGO, (EWA) – The funding testimony for the planned sanctuaries dubbed by wild horse supporters as “Salazoos” outlined last October by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, will be heard by the Senate Appropriations Committee on Energy and Natural resources on March 3, at 10am.
WASHINGTON, DC, (Horseback) – California’s Sen. Barbara Boxer released a letter demanding answers from Interior Secretary Ken Salazar regarding the embattled Bureau of Land Management. It’s Wild Horse and Burro Program is under fire after the deaths of scores of horses in a mid-winter “gather” in Nevada’s Calico Mountains.
by Steven Long, Editor and Publisher of “Horseback Magazine” HOUSTON, (Horseback) – In a letter to Emmy Award winning documentary Filmmaker Ginger Kathrens after a query about a BLM offer to allow humane observers, the agency’s director, Bob Abbey, responded that the agency would choose them. The BLM […]
The Bureau of Land Management’s cruel and costly mismanagement is destroying a vital piece of the American west. The American public is sanding up for our horses and burros- please join us in a March for Mustangs, rally and protest.
By DOUBLE Q COUNTRY NEWS The “Details” on Meduna’s Sentence The former owner of the 3-Strikes Ranch in Morrill County has been sentenced to a prison term of 40 months to ten years for criminal neglect of animals. Morrill County District Court Judge Leo Dobrovolny handed down the sentence […]
Since Saturday, February 20th, six more horses from the Calico roundup have died, and two more foals perished before they even took their first breath. The total number of lives lost among the wild horses being held captive in BLM corrals near Fallon, Nevada is at least 58, not counting dozens of late-term miscarriages.
News Update: You can Help Save Horses at HfH without Spending a Dime Since December, iGive special challenges have meant tens of thousands of dollars for the organizations listed at iGive, groups just like Habitat for Horses. These challenges are our response to the tough economic times. We’re […]
Jason Meduna is sleeping in jail tonight. Almost a year ago his crimes were discovered – dead horses stacked on top of one another, hidden from view in the sandhills of Nebraska.
Breaking News Jason Meduna, found guilty of 145 counts of felony animal cruelty has been sentenced to jail for 5 to 10 years, depending on behavior and $3,800 in court costs. Eligible for parole in only 20 months. Details to follow.
Commentary and eye witness report by R.T. Fitch RFD-TV’s Ken McNabb endorses BLM’s Cruel and Deadly Mismanagement of U.S. Wild Horses During the Pryor Mountain Round-up, last September, Emmy award winning cinematographer Ginger Kathrens was held in a designated “protest area” and required to have “security” escort herself […]