New Canadian horse processing regulations could slow the flow of U.S. horses to slaughter plants there, say equine welfare advocates.
Jason Meduna, the former Nebraska training ranch operator convicted on multiple felony animal cruelty counts involving the maltreatment of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) mustangs, will appear in Morrill County District Court on Feb. 23 for sentencing.
by R.T. Fitch In a recent People.pets article legendary country performer Willie Nelson was quoted as asking, “Why are there more horses asses than there are horses?” The celebrity’s frustration is echoed across the country as the federal government’s Bureau of Land Management are rounding up the last […]
Habitat for Horses and authorities in Fannin County have discovered dozens of dead donkeys and horses, on a property in Leonard, about 60 miles northeast of Dallas, near the Oklahoma border.
An Irreverent Open Letter to the “Dark Side” by SFHH Editor and Author, R.T. Fitch Sooner or later I knew it was going to happen; one day or another the snakes would rear their ugly heads and attempt to strike at us; and last night was the night. […]
HOUSTON, (Horseback) – The federal Bureau of Land Management has ceased communicating with Horseback Magazine.
On December 31, the magazine sent several pointed questions to the bureau and copied the email to its director Bob Abbey. The agency has not responded since, despite follow-up emails to both its Nevada spokesperson, Heather Emmons, and it’s chief Washington spokesman, Tom Gorey.
The federal Bureau of Land Management has released the name of a Nevada landowner who is cooperating with the agency in its roundup of more than 2,000 horses in the remote badlands of that arid state.