Exclusive from Wild Horse Freedom Federation FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW This FOIA Document, from Wild Horse Freedom Federation, clearly states that Neda DeMayo of Return to Freedom, Nancy Perry of ASPCA, Gillian Lyons of HSUS and Drew Lesofski of the American Mustang Foundation participated in a closed […]
“Read it and weep, unproven fertility control, increased “gathers”, etc.. Circumventing ALL other Wild Horse & Burro advocacy groups these masters of donations have decided to team up with the welfare ranchers and BLM to wipe out the last of the wild ones on their rightful land. These groups are driven by money and donations, EXCLUSIVELY, and have no regard for the future of our wild herds. They have shown their true colors and it is sickening. The propaganda is posted, below.!” ~ R.T.
by Jayson O’Neill as published on Western Values Project Interior Secretary Zinke’s love of special interests on full display at the Hay-Adams Card-carrying swamp member and Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke hosted an event this past Tuesday with the National Petroleum Council at the exclusive Hay-Adams Hotel. According to the […]
OpEd by R.T. Fitch ~ president/co-founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation If there is a way and means to be unprofessional; the BLM will be spot on The 14-member panel assembled by the National Science Academy’s National Research Council, at the request of the Bureau of Land Management, […]
The Secretary of the Interior has, for the second time in a row, selected an openly pro-horse slaughter person to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board. Callie Hendrickson, an anti-wild horse activist, pro-horse slaughter proponent, has been selected to represent the interests of the ‘General Public’ on the board.
HUNTSVILLE, (Horseback) – One of the most genetically perfect herds of horses in North America was hit hard by the selloff of 61 animals at a public auction, their most likely destination, a Mexican slaughterhouse notorious for unspeakable cruelty. The herd of Texas prison horses that were sold had been part of a contingent of animals so remarkable, and even historic, they were subject of a February 2004 cover story in Horseback Magazine’s predecessor publication, Texas Horse Talk.