New evidence obtained by Animals' Angels raises concerns by ANIMALS' ANGELS With Permission We've all heard about the Wyoming 41 - the herd rounded up in March of this year under the supervision of the BLM's Wyoming field office as estray horses and sent to the Bouvry slaughterhouse in Canada. The sad fate of these… Continue reading More foul play with the Wyoming 41 Mustangs?
Written by BONNIE KOHLERITER Most States in July to August experience extreme weather conditions with heat often above 85°F. The Bureau of Land Management Handbook of standard operating procedures says horses are not to be run above 85°F. Most foals are born between March 1 and June 30 said to be “foaling season.” So in… Continue reading Comparison of BLM wild horse roundups at Jackie Butte and Triple B
Cross-posted from R T Fitch's Straight from the Horses' Heart Laura Leigh released her first video of the corrupt and devious activities of the Bureau of Land Management and their divisive helicopter stampede contractor at the “Tuscarora” stampede. Post URL http://rtfitch.wordpress.com/2010/08/03/wild-horse-advocates-video-verifies-blms-stampede-shell-game/ Note: There is a report that the wild horse alleged driven to his death… Continue reading Laura Leigh video verifies BLM roundup shell game in Nevada
Cross-posted from the Equine Advocacy Observer Written by MAUREEN HARMONAY An independent observer who recently returned from scouting the Herd Area in north Elko County, Nevada where the Owyhee portion of the Tuscarora Gather took place has photographic evidence that one of the wild horses appears to have been driven to his or her death… Continue reading Wild horse driven over rocks to his death in Owyhee roundup
1922 Mustangs Captured in Largest Mass Removal from Public Lands, Death Toll Rises to 39 not including 20-30 aborted foals Source: The Cloud Foundation Press Release The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has pulled the plug on the massive roundup of wild horses in the Calico Complex. This remote and starkly beautiful area in northwestern… Continue reading Remember Calico: Broken horses, broken promises