Stallion castration plan on hold until court rules

Written by MARTIN GRIFFITH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS reports: RENO, Nev. (AP) - (Dec. 25, 2011) Federal land managers have agreed to postpone their precedent-setting plan to castrate hundreds of wild stallions in eastern Nevada pending a federal court’s review of the issue. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s action came a week after a coalition… Continue reading Stallion castration plan on hold until court rules

On Wyoming’s Wild Horses, the BLM unambitiously responds

ON WYOMING'S WILD HORSES, THE BLM UNAMBITIOUSLY RESPONDS "The Department of the Interior defends its ongoing roundup of herds, but its response is filled with shallow arguments and misinformation", writes Andrew Cohen in yet another insightful article for The Atlantic. Cohen continues: "Here is Wyoming's pitch-pure tourism advertisement now playing on television. It's called 'Don't… Continue reading On Wyoming’s Wild Horses, the BLM unambitiously responds

Whacking Wild Horses (US)

HOLDING PEN CASTRATIONS GIVEN THE GO AHEAD Well, it's official. Up to 25% of the stallions are being consider for castration after the round ups in selected wild horse Herd Management Areas. A draft research paper prepared by BLM titled, Options for Managing a Non-Breeding Component within Self-Sustaining Herds, was presented to the National Wild… Continue reading Whacking Wild Horses (US)