Salt Lake City, UT (June 8, 2010)—On June 9, 2010 the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will hold a public meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah to discuss the use of helicopters and motorized vehicles during massive wild horse roundups scheduled to begin throughout the state in August. Advocates are encouraged to attend this meeting at the West Desert District office at 6:30 p.m., 2370 South 2300 West, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Contraversy, rumors, lies and inuendo circle around the BLM’s deadly roundup of the native Wild Horses that once lived in the expansive Calico Mountain Complex in North West Nevada.
Government Contractor Paid Almost $700 K – 113 Wild Horses Dead and No Investigation of Calico Capture
HOUSTON, (Horseback) – A Nephi, Utah, government contractor was paid $697,359 for a Nevada roundup of wild horses in the Calico Mountains. The roundup was held against the advice of federal judge Paul Friedman of Washington D.C. who wrote that holding wild horses in large privately owned facilities is likely against federal law.
LOMPAC, CA (AWHPC) – BLM has postponed its proposed roundup of wild horses from the Confusion Mountains Herd Management Area in Utah, after the agency received thousands of protest emails from AWHPC supporters. Eric Reid, Wild Horse and Burro specialist at BLM’s Filmore field office, confirmed that he […]
by Horsetalk The increased pace of wild horse musters in the US has united the equine welfare community like never before, an advocate says. Equine Welfare Alliance spokesman John Holland described some of the plans laid out by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), which is responsible for […]