by Dr. Don Moore as published on The Herald Times “Many have spent years of blood, sweat and tears to protect this herd, especially the Moores…” ~ R.T. Dear Editor: The Bureau of Land Management should never be allowed to arbitrarily select wild horse herds for roundup and […]
by Carol Walker as published on Wild Hoofbeats The Bureau of Land Management has announced its plans to roundup and remove an additional 6000 wild horses from our public lands citing drought as the reason behind declaring “emergency roundups.” With an emergency roundup, the Bureau of Land Management […]
Sources: Multiple The alleged emergency roundups that began Sunday and Monday target about 6,000 additional animals primarily in Nevada, Oregon and Colorado The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has begun efforts to capture and remove 50% more wild horses than they originally planned this year on public land […]
Source: PEER.org 40 Million Acres Fail Minimum Federal Standards for Rangeland Health Washington, DC — President Biden’s goal of conserving 30 percent of our lands and waters by 2030 faces a major obstacle of the government’s own making – badly overgrazed federal range land. A minimum of 40 […]
Source: Peer.org Worst in West: Two-Thirds of Assessed BLM Allotments Badly Overgrazed Washington, DC — Federal rangeland in Nevada is being seriously damaged from overgrazing at a higher rate than any state in the West, according to a new analysis of U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) data […]
The Dodo: Faith=Restored This woman thought she’d never see the wild horse she rescued again — years later he turned up on Craigslist and was SO happy she found him!
News Provided By Wild Horse Ranch Productions ‘Wild Beauty – Mustang Spirit of the West’ by Director-Screenwriter Ashley Avis, explores the plight of America’s wild horses and possible solutions YREKA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — “I was outside my cabin in the serenity of the […]
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!