NEWS PROVIDED BYReturn to Freedom Wild Horse ConservationAug 26, 2021, 20:07 ET LOMPOC, Calif., Aug. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Return to Freedom Wild Horse Conservation, a national nonprofit advocacy organization, today called on Interior Secretary Deb Haaland to step in and make changes to a planned wild horse helicopter roundup on the Sand Wash Basin Herd Management Area in Colorado.… Continue reading Return to Freedom urges Haaland to change wild horse roundup plan
BLM, community square off over Fish Springs wild horse issue
Cross-posted from CarsonNow.com WRITTEN BY JEFF MUNSON Link to Source >> Local residents gathered at the Bureau of Land Management field office in Carson City Wednesday, amid concerns over pending action that may include removal of wild horses. The area known as Fish Springs, three miles southeast of Gardnerville, is home to scattered bands of… Continue reading BLM, community square off over Fish Springs wild horse issue
BLM ignores laws of the U.S. and nature
Cross-posted from "Straight from the Horse's Heart" by R. T. FITCH The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) publicly published the statement that they are above the law and the 1971 Congressional Wild Horse and Burro protection LAW DOES NOT PERTAIN TO THEM! BLM stated: “The … [Congressional] Act … is not pertinent to the overall… Continue reading BLM ignores laws of the U.S. and nature
Wild horse controversy heats up Nevada
As reported by CBS News Channel 2 KTVN Reno by ERIN BREEN The controversy over wild horses in Nevada is heating up again. A group of about two dozen organized a demonstration in front of the Capital in Carson City on Friday. And earlier this week an emotionally charged confrontation between a private landowner and… Continue reading Wild horse controversy heats up Nevada
Making horse slaughter dead is killing my business. Not.
Here we go again. Horse slaughter is dead. Long live horse slaughter. These ridiculous ideas keep getting published over and over. Do reporters do anything other than report opinions? How about some fact checking or simple reasoning? Oh, right. It's the editors; you don't have the time. In this case it is how banning horse… Continue reading Making horse slaughter dead is killing my business. Not.
Meatless Monday. Where’s the beef?
CROSS-POSTED from SALON.com Written by DAVID SIROTA (Aug. 4, 2012) -- To understand how utterly broken our society is, how hostile to sacrifice we are and how willfully ignorant we have become, you need only look at the historic drought hammering the heartland — and how our elected officials are responding to that cataclysm. As… Continue reading Meatless Monday. Where’s the beef?
BLM destruction of America’s wild horse herds unrelenting amid drought conditions
NEVADA The Associated Press reports: WINNEMUCCA — Federal land managers have completed a roundup of wild horses around the Jackson Mountains about 60 miles northwest of Winnemucca. The Bureau of Land Management said 647 “excess” mustangs were removed from the range in Humboldt and Pershing counties during the gather that ended in early July. Anne… Continue reading BLM destruction of America’s wild horse herds unrelenting amid drought conditions
Hay “bale out” for horses in Texas and Oklahoma thanks to ASPCA
HOUSTON - There's help for horses this week and a bit of relief for their owners during the record setting drought. They're getting a hay "bale out" from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The ASPCA announced today that a total of $250,000 is being granted to 24 equine welfare organizations… Continue reading Hay “bale out” for horses in Texas and Oklahoma thanks to ASPCA