written by Charlotte Roe and published on OSU’s Daily Barometer “Livestock outnumber wild horses and burros by at least 37 to 1 on federal lands.” I am saddened that OSU, a pioneer in environmental sciences, would become involved in unethical, highly controversial experiments on protected wild horses. This […]
By Susan Salk as published on Off Track Thoroughbreds “Way to go ‘Kudo”, keep up the good fight, we love ya man!” ~ R.T. “This is the first time in the history of the state (Florida) that … a person has been sentenced to prison for torturing animals,” […]
By JIM MYERS – as published on the Las Vegas Review Journal “The Propaganda War Against Wild Horses and Burros Continues…” WASHINGTON — Gov. Brian Sandoval’s threat to pursue legal options to boost federal funding for managing wild horse populations drew mixed reaction from Nevada’s congressional delegation Wednesday. […]
By Rebecca Brisley as published on The State Press ““We never gave up on the horses and we never will, either…” On a sweltering afternoon, Simone Netherlands stood on the rocky shore of the Salt River. A tall woman with blonde hair, she wore a T-shirt that said: […]
“Sorry but I live in an agricultural community surrounded by cattle, horses and donkeys and not once have I heard any of them do the whining and hand wringing that the welfare ranchers on OUR public lands do over what they feel is their “entitlement”. I just don’t have one ounce of sympathy in my soul for them. Here in Texas we buy, fence, manage and pay taxes on our grazing land and we do NOT take handouts from the government. Out on our public lands the welfare cattle ravage the range, destroy the watering holes and out number the wild equines 100 to 1. The numbers in the article, below, are skewed and it is a big bunch of welfare propaganda but it does do my heart good to see the government leeches stress over their free ride. Sorry, again, but it’s about time that subsidized grazing cease upon a national, natural keepsake, our public lands.” ~ R.T.
Unedited BLM Press Release DATE: April 25, 2016 CONTACT: Heather Tiel-Nelson, 208-736-2352 Public Tour of Bruneau Off-Range Corrals May 13 The Bruneau Off-Range Corrals are located at 28536 Jacks Creek Road, and are privately owned and operated. About a 75-minute drive southeast of Boise, the […]
By Fran Maye, as published on The Southern Chester County News “…Lily’s life will be much more comfortable with a companion….” EAST MARLBOROUGH >> Lily, the 20-year-old horse pelted 130 times by paintballs has found a mate. The 20-year-old horse has been moved from a rehabilitation stable at […]