photo: BLM Nevada After the BLM rounded up wild horses in Triple B Complex in Nevada in 2018, they informed the public that “Approximately 2,466 wild horses will remain in the complex once the gather is completed.” That roundup concluded in February. And, this news release isn’t readily […]
At the roundup we had runners go off with no explanation. We had a baby come in that I could see was injured.
So I added an extra two hours of driving to my day and headed to holding.
There I saw three youngsters treated for injury. I do not know how many were treated prior to my arrival. (note: it is interesting that I asked about the injuries and am only given information on the treatment I actually saw, with no other information offered. It always seems like “If they don’t see it, it didn’t happen”).
Update July 19, 2011: The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has now denied an emergency motion for an injunction to stop the Triple B roundup pending an appeal of U.S. District Court Judge McKibben’s order. Last week Judge McKibben denied a motion for a preliminary injunction to stop the roundup.
By Sarah V Schweig as published on TheDodo.com Forward by R.T. Fitch ~ Pres/Co-founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation “Okay, my fin is up and ready for a fight. Yesterday (click here) we wadded back into the turbid, bloody waters of the horse racing crowd and comments from […]
In 2010, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) gave the green light to the expansion of a mining project within the Triple B Herd Management Area (HMA) in Nevada, even knowing about mercury in the watershed and higher levels of arsenic in the surface water. Since grazing allotments seem to be in the hydrographic basin with “mercury deposition contributions to the watershed,” this would seem to put human food and health at risk. The BLM turned a blind eye and approved this project, and now they’re falling all over themselves to declare there’s not enough water for the wild horses because of “drought” and they now plan to waste taxpayer dollars on water trapping, and later helicopter roundups, to remove the wild horses.
Reno, Nev. — Today U.S. District Court Judge Howard McKibben issued a decision in favor of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) which allows the BLM to proceed with the Triple B gather to remove excess wild horses on Saturday, July 16.
YOU’RE INVITED TO THE TRIPLE B WILD HORSE LAWSUIT HEARING AND RALLY.
THE CLOUD FOUNDATION, CRAIG DOWNER AND LORNA MOFFAT HAVE FILED A
LAWSUIT TO STOP THE MASSIVE TRIPLE B ROUNDUP IN NE NV BY THE BLM
SCHEDULED TO START ON 7/16/11.
Opinion by Jennifer Caudill as published on the Reno Gazette Journal Thousands of horses are chased violently by helicopters into captivity in already overcrowded corrals to await a fate that, even in 2019, could end in slaughter. .. Last August in Wyoming’s Red Desert, across approximately 700,000 acres […]
BLM appoints Barry L. Perryman, a member of the 2017 Utah “Slaughter Summit,” to the BLM National Wild Horse & Burro Advisory Board
By Debbie Coffey, V.P. & Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs, Wild Horse Freedom Federation The Bureau of Land Management announced three new members to the BLM National wild Horse & Burro Advisory Board. One of them is Barry L. Perryman. The BLM had this to say about him: “Dr. […]
Letter by MARYBETH DEVLIN Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Copies: DOI, BLM National, CSU, BLM Oregon, USGS July 30, 2018 Bureau of Land Management Burns District Office (BDO) 28910 Highway 20 West Hines, OR 97738 Attn: Project Lead Short Title: Wild Horse Spay Feasibility Research Full Title: Spay Feasibility and On-Range […]