Roundup of Sand Wash Basin wild horses ends

The largest wild horse round up in Colorado history ended early, in part, because of pressure from Colorado Gov. Jared Polis on the Bureau of Land Management to find a better, more collaborative way to manage the state’s wild horses. Polis asked the BLM to stop the roundup because of what he said in a letter to Interior… Continue reading Roundup of Sand Wash Basin wild horses ends

Keep wild horses and burros wild

LETTER TO THE EDITORSC TimesTammi Adams | Elk RiverAug. 26, 2021 To the Editor: The Congressional Research Service recently reported the true cost of the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro program. From the report: “For FY2021, the appropriation for BLM management of wild horses and burros was $115.7 million, a 14% increase… Continue reading Keep wild horses and burros wild

BLM plan to wipe out Lake Mead burros

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) are proposing to round up more than 500 wild burros in the desert north of Lake Mead. The BLM estimates at least 554 burros and 36 horses live in the Lake Mead Complex, an expanse of rangeland covering about 291 square miles. It is reportedly one of the biggest… Continue reading BLM plan to wipe out Lake Mead burros

BLM’s drive to destroy America’s wild horses continues

Mustang Monument Resort wild horses.

Sanctioned by Interior Dept Secy Deb Haaland First, a look at the roundups making the news all of which are based on lies, and ending with Haaland's deadly stand. Based on lies ELY, Nev. (KLAS) — Due to overpopulation, the Bureau of Land Management will be working to curb the wild horse population in the northeastern… Continue reading BLM’s drive to destroy America’s wild horses continues

Maybe there are too many cows, not too many horses

Letter to the Editor | Opinion Page | The Washington Post | 6th July 2021 Kathleen Parker’s June 27th Sunday Opinion column, “We have too many wild horses. But this is not the way.,” brilliantly highlighted one aspect of heritage animals’ mistreatment by the Bureau of Land Management. Unfortunately, it also perpetuated the myth underlying the… Continue reading Maybe there are too many cows, not too many horses

BLM to investigate claims wild horses are adopted and sold for slaughter

E&E News reported that the Bureau of Land Management acknowledged for the first time today (June 30, 2021) that it is conducting an internal investigation into allegations that some wild horses and burros adopted into private care through a popular program have ended up at auctions for slaughter. Nada Culver, BLM's deputy director of policy… Continue reading BLM to investigate claims wild horses are adopted and sold for slaughter

Lawmakers fear wild horses are being sold to slaughter

Seek to halt adoption program WASHINGTON (June 13, 2021) — Outraged lawmakers are urging Interior Secretary Deb Haaland (pronounced "Holland") to halt the wild horse adoption program and conduct an investigation following a report that some of the adopted horses are subsequently being sold to slaughter for their meat. A wild horse rescue group also… Continue reading Lawmakers fear wild horses are being sold to slaughter

Mustangs and Renegades

Unfortunately it seems the BLM have an awfully interesting interpretation of the terms of their remit and have done everything in their power to reduce the numbers of horses in the wild and find as many ways as possible to contravene not only the spirit of the law, but the letter as well," writes Critic,… Continue reading Mustangs and Renegades

Public lands ranchers win, wild horses lose — again

Wild Stallion. RandyHarrisPhoto.com.

WASHINGTON (February 14, 2020) – Public Lands Council (PLC) Executive Director and National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) Executive Director of Natural Resources, Kaitlynn Glover, today released the following statement in response to a ruling in a case related to the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act. This week, Chief Judge Beryl Howell of the U.S.… Continue reading Public lands ranchers win, wild horses lose — again

Take action with the Cloud Foundation regarding Ovarietomies

Cloud the Stallion watches over his territory. The Cloud Foundation.

Please help stop the Department of Interior's Bureau of Land Management plans to perform ovarietomies on wild mares. TAKE ACTION The Cloud Foundation writes: Despite three successful lawsuits stopping this procedure, two universities pulling out, and enormous public outcry, BLM still plans on moving forward with its plans to rip the ovaries out of mares.… Continue reading Take action with the Cloud Foundation regarding Ovarietomies