Tag: mustangs

Congratulations, Terri Farley!

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt author Terri Farley was inducted into the Nevada Writers Hall of Fame on November 16, 2017.  Farley joins historic heavyweight Mark Twain and contemporary NYT bestseller Ellen Hopkins on the list of authors writing in or about Nevada. “Nevada opened me up to my environment […]

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The Troubled History of Horse Meat in America

Thanks to our friends at Equine Advocates, who remain at the forefront of fighting against horse slaughter, for bringing this article to our attention. SOURCE:  The Atlantic (photo: Christian Hartmann / Reuters) by Susanna Forrest Excerpt: “In 1997, the Los Angeles Times broke the news that 90 percent of […]

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How To Feed Your Newly Adopted Mustang

Source:  The Horse Mustangs live in a social setting eating a varied array of wild plants that are quite different from the quality hays we typically feed domesticated horses, and certainly he will have had no experience consuming grains. by Clair Thunes, PhD BLM mustangs are truly special […]

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Unabashed propaganda film: Unbranded

The film Unbranded, in part sponsored by BLM partner Mustang Heritage Foundation, uses the term “excess” to describe the wild horse population, when we know there are NO EXCESS wild horses or burros.  The film even features Gus Warr, the BLM Utah Wild Horse & Burro Lead, asking […]

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