An enlightening email thread between Jeffrey Todd, USFS Public Affairs Officer at the Apache-Sitgraves USFS Office and William Simpson II, founder of Wild Horse Fire Brigade —–Original Message—– From: William E. Simpson II <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Sun, Oct 23, 2022 7:42 pm Subject: Re: [External Email]Sunday […]
By: William E. Simpson II The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the United States Forest Service (USFS) have for the past several decades used fake science, obfuscation and misrepresentation to marginalize the value of American wild horses as a part of our natural ecosystems, where they provide […]
By Laura Singleton The Independent “To clarify – the Forest Service needed to come up with a wild horse management plan for the Heber horses,” WHITE MOUNTAINS — Eleven years ago 19,700 acres of the Black Mesa Ranger District in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests were designated the Heber […]
as published on EcoWatch by Lorraine Chow “The Forest Service is treating these national treasures like trash by selling them for one dollar a piece…” About 200 horses are available for adoption and sale until Feb. 18. The fee for purchase “with limitations” has been reduced to $1 […]
Source: The Wild Horse Conspiracy Kiger Mustang HMA, Oregon 10/2017. Photo copyright Craig C. Downer 2017 Craig C. Downer, wildlife ecologist, has issued a report, including research by Marybeth Devlin, on 5 wild horse herds and Herd Management Areas in Oregon. These include the South Steens HMA, Kiger […]
Congratulations to Carla Bowers, Return to Freedom, American Wild Horse Campaign, Animal Legal Defense Fund and Meyer, Glitzenstein & Eubanks on this win! – Debbie Wild horses in Devil’s Garden Wild Horse Territory (Photo: U.S.) Forest Service SOURCE: Horse Canada by American Wild Horse Campaign On August 4th, […]
an open letter from Capt. William E. Simpson II – USMM Ret. “Everywhere in the world wherever a species of large herbivore has its population depleted or eliminated, vegetative (fuels for fires) materials (grasses & brush) become excessive resulting in a scenario where catastrophic wildfires take-over on an […]
“For decades our wild horses and burros have been scapegoated as the primary reason for ecological destruction on our western public lands while in reality, the documented destruction has come from private, welfare livestock allowed to graze our land at subsidized prices while far out numbering the federally protected wild equines.
This may come as a bit of a shock (tongue in cheek) but several of our federal agencies (BLM and USFS for example) are critically ate up with collusion and cronyism leading to a system of ‘good ole boy’ favoritism towards federally subsidized welfare grazing with little or no control YET the agencies, along with their welfare ranching buddies, point fingers at the wild horses and burros for grazing damage while they hold actual research at bay that verifies it is their private cows and sheep that are doing the damage and NOT the wild horses and burros.
Instead of reducing or eliminated grazing permits the BLM and USFS spends tens of millions of taxpayer dollars to attack, harass, capture, abuse, torture, experiment upon, warehouse and even sell horses and burros off to slaughter AGAINST the will of American taxpayers and politicians.
Although today’s installment does not address wild horses and burros specifically it speaks to the problem that is used as an excuse for the corrupt agencies to illegally remove the protected equines from public lands while welfare cattle and sheep run amok. It is all so screwed up that it is difficult for a sane mind to wrap itself around, but for the sake of the wild horses and burros we need to “get it” and continue to fight and speak on their behalf. Become conversant on the subject, please, and ensure that all who you know are equally aware as it is only through the force of numbers will we be able to win this war. Keep the faith my friends and keep on keeping on.” ~ R.T.
Surprise, Surprise: BLM and USFS Fail to Identify, Track, Penalize or Deter Unauthorized Welfare Livestock Grazing on Public Lands
“…but both the Bureau of Land Management and the United States Forest Service have PLENTY of time to exploit, harass, roundup, hold and spread rumors and bogus propaganda about a handful of federally protected wild horses and burros on their rightful public land. Something is WAAAAAYYY out of alignment and skewed totally to benefit federally subsidized welfare ranchers…the “Good Ole Boy Club” smells more like rotting fish than simple cow poop!” ~ R.T.
By Dylan J. Darling / The Bulletin / Current Big Summit herd guidelines have been in place since 1975 The Ochoco National Forest is set to revise a 40-year-old management plan for a wild horse herd near Prineville and is looking for help from the public in the […]