Source: YubaNet “Horses have a special place in our nation’s history, and these majestic creatures were not raised as food for humans…” WASHINGTON, D.C. Jan. 30, 2019 — Federal lawmakers introduced legislation today to permanently ban the slaughter of horses for human consumption in the United States and […]
By Theresa Braine as published on NYDailyNews.com “It would be a felony under the PACT Act to crush, burn, drown, suffocate, impale or sexually exploit animals“ “I wonder if this would apply to wild horses and burros being used, abused and killed by the mismanagement of the BLM […]
Aim Cupid’s Arrow in Two Directions This Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day is about love and affection. Whether it’s a simple heartfelt note, a box of sweets, a dozen red roses or a bottle of expensive champagne, there are endless ways to express those special feelings. However, this year, […]
PBS/Nature Episode 2: Chasing the Wind Click on Image to view episode Discover how humans have partnered with the horse throughout the centuries, creating more than 350 breeds found all around the world.
“Let’s wash out our collective minds and souls for a moment…” ~ R.T.
By Laura Singleton as published on The White Mountain Independent “All four horses are believed to be part of the Heber Wild Horse herd …” HEBER-OVERGAARD — Not far from the rushing traffic on State Route 260 and the Bison Ranch tourist development, two horses lie dead. “Whoever […]
Source: aldf.org Lawsuit Argues Animals Have the Right to Sue Their Abusers in Court Hillsboro, Oregon – On January 22nd the Animal Legal Defense Fund, the nation’s preeminent legal advocacy organization for animals, appealed an Oregon state court’s dismissal of a lawsuit filed by a horse named Justice […]
Source: therevelator.org New analysis reveals that we have much less water in our aquifers than we previously thought — and the oil and gas industry could put that at even greater risk. by Tara Lohan We’re living beyond our means when it comes to groundwater. That’s probably not news […]
by Ginger Fedak as posted on IDAUSA.org We must speak up now to help protect the wild horses and burros of America! During the current government shutdown, the U.S. Department of the Interior quietly proposed changes to broaden its ability to block Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. […]
by Mary Jo DiLonardo as published on MNN.com A rare fungus is threatening the lives of the Chincoteague ponies. The wild ponies of Chincoteague are legendary. Made famous in Marguerite Henry’s 1947 book, “Misty of Chincoteague,” these colorful, shaggy horses actually live on nearby Assateague Island. There are […]