Letter written by Janelle Ghiorso as published on Corvallis Gazette-Times I have been trying to plead for a stop to these atrocious experiments for months and without any replies from OSU or the BLM. I am an Oregon State University alumni from 1996. I am ashamed and shocked […]
June 2016 Report by: Jesica Johnston, Environmental Scientist and Grandma Gregg, Environmental Researcher Photographs by Jesica Johnston Introduction I wish I was in the high desert with our wild horses and burros this very minute … but, I am sitting here at the computer and trying to think […]
text and photos by R.T. Fitch BLM Recipe for Unimaginable Cruelty: 1 part mares over 11 years 1 part 8 month old fillies 1 part pregnant mares 3 parts non-sterile instruments and environment First begin by sorting your current inventory of captured mares. Segregate the old useless mares […]
“It pains me to share articles and news story (below) that are riddled with multiple inaccuracy’s and misinformation from the federal government’s rogue mismanagement agency, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), but it is important for everyone, worldwide, to be aware of the all out war that the BLM is waging against our federally protected wild horses and burros. The current information pumped out by those who are in bed with special interest groups (BLM) states that wild horse populations are in excess by a number that we believe is higher than the actual sum total of all wild equines on our public lands. These are lies, nothing short of stone cold, idiot lies…and we as taxpayers begrudgingly give up our hard earned cash, in the way of taxes, to pay these civil employees with cushy salaries to LIE to us.
Sorry, but my “Stupid Meter” is pegged on ‘full’ and it is by far long overdue for the public to say enough is enough and call out the Administration, the Department of Interior and the BLM on how the federal government is intentionally managing our wild horses and burros into extinction and are currently working on a ‘final solution’ to ensure that our protected equines on our western public lands are forever whipped out and gone…like dust in the wind, their days are numbers…unless we take action, form the plan, work the plan and stop the carnage. Are you up to the challenge, my friends?” ~ R.T.
“Review of this article indicates that the party involved was trying to do the right thing and help a horse she felt to be in distress. But in the wild, we keep our distance and let nature do what nature does. The only people who can harass, chase, round-up, hold captive, perform morbid tests upon and sell wild burros and horses to slaughter are employees of the BLM; the very agency charged with the responsibility to protect our wild equines is the only exclusive group, outside of welfare ranchers, that is hell bent on finding the “final solution” , destruction and ultimate extinction of or wild horses and burros on our public lands.” ~ R.T.
by George Cameron Coggins A MUST read: http://www.law.gonzaga.edu/law-review/files/2013/11/Coggins.pdf Article reviewed by Grandma Gregg with favorite quotes listed below: “As the title of my speech implies, the story of the law of public rangeland management is dismal. In 1979, I was invited to serve on a National Academy of […]
“We were about to post the BLM’s latest propoganda and lie-fest when Grandma Gregg sent an email that lit me up. Instead of posting her comment after the article we are using it as a ‘forward’ to the idiot article, it’s just too much…so Grandma, tell us what […]
Alert issued by Carol Walker, Director of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation Published on WildHoofBeats.com Stop the Adobe Town Roundup and Radio Collar Study The Bureau of Land Management has announce plans to roundup and remove wild horses from the Adobe Town Herd Management Area in […]
written by Charlotte Roe and published on OSU’s Daily Barometer “Livestock outnumber wild horses and burros by at least 37 to 1 on federal lands.” I am saddened that OSU, a pioneer in environmental sciences, would become involved in unethical, highly controversial experiments on protected wild horses. This […]
By Rebecca Brisley as published on The State Press ““We never gave up on the horses and we never will, either…” On a sweltering afternoon, Simone Netherlands stood on the rocky shore of the Salt River. A tall woman with blonde hair, she wore a T-shirt that said: […]