By: William E. Simpson II Myopic land management perspectives come with a very expensive price tag A lack of holistic natural resource and land management oversight may very well result in the collapse of the American livestock industry as a result of the growing epidemic of Chronic Wasting […]
published by Carol Walker on Wild Hoofbeats Save Our Wild Horses From an Agency Gone Rogue The Bureau of Land Management has thrown out their wish list of the latest wild horse herds they want to destroy in their Path to Devastation. The Sand Wash Basin Herd in […]
Source: Heber Wild Horses Sweet deal for public lands welfare ranchers, yet they still complain This year the grazing fee is $1.35 per cow/calf pair or bull or steer. That is the lowest rate the Forest Service is permitted to charge. We have heard over and over again […]
Opinion by Jennifer Caudill as published on the Reno Gazette Journal Thousands of horses are chased violently by helicopters into captivity in already overcrowded corrals to await a fate that, even in 2019, could end in slaughter. .. Last August in Wyoming’s Red Desert, across approximately 700,000 acres […]
Our sources tell us that the Senate Appropriations Committee passed the Fiscal Year 2019 Appropriations legislation, yesterday, with no amendments regarding our wild horse and burros. At first glance it appears that the bill maintains protections against destruction of healthy horses and burros and sale for slaughter and […]
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In Defense of Animals has produced a one click means of contacting your U.S. Senators Wild horses and burros are facing the greatest peril since the mid twentieth century, when hundreds of thousands were run down or shot from helicopters and made into pet food. The government is […]
Contrary to assurances from the Bureau of Land Management, dozens of horses were killed during the Calico roundup. What’s more, the horses are still dying inside government corrals because of injuries suffered during their frightening run across tough terrain.
HOUSTON, (Horseback) – The federal Bureau of Land Management confirmed today that a second foal has died at their hands after losing its hooves possibly from being driven down a Nevada mountainside by a roaring helicopter.
HOUSTON – (SFTHH) -In a recent promotional email, Wyoming Rep. Sue Wallis, Executive Director of the United Organizations of the Horse and Dave Duquette of the United Horseman’s Front display photos of their participation with and boast about receiving donations from known horse slaughter buyers (aka killer buyers).