Wild horse wipeout still on the move

"There are a lot of videos and photos of Red Desert free roaming wild horses available online, which is a good thing because very soon none of us will be seeing them live and in person anymore," writes Wyoming News. "The Bureau of Land Management is attempting the largest horse roundup in its history –… Continue reading Wild horse wipeout still on the move

BLM to round up half of Wyoming’s wild horses

Wyoming Wild Horses free on the open range, where they belong.

For those of you who are devoted to saving America's wild horses living on public lands, you may have heard this news. It is devastating in the wake of the Sand Wash Basin tragedy. This may be equally tragic if not more so. Nicole Pollack, reporting for The Casper Star Tribune, writes: The Bureau of… Continue reading BLM to round up half of Wyoming’s wild horses

BLM targets 5 wild horse herds for destruction in Wyoming

Wyoming Wild Horses free on the open range, where they belong.

Carol Walker of Wild Hoofbeats reports: The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has released a Scoping Document with a 30 day public comment period on 5 of the largest wild horse herds in Wyoming: Adobe Town, Salt Wells Creek, Great Divide Basin, White Mountain and Little Colorado. I have been visiting, observing and photographing the… Continue reading BLM targets 5 wild horse herds for destruction in Wyoming

Friends of Animals’ court battle saves more than 2,000 of Wyoming’s wild horses

Wyoming Wild Horses free on the open range, where they belong.

PRESS RELEASE — (March 20, 2017)  Friends of Animals (FoA) just obtained another remarkable victory for wild horses—the organization challenged one of the largest wild horse roundups in Wyoming’s Red Desert Complex and won. In 2016, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) authorized the roundup and removal of 2,096 wild horses from the Lost… Continue reading Friends of Animals’ court battle saves more than 2,000 of Wyoming’s wild horses

Wyoming wild horse roundup argued before federal judge

Cross-posted from the Jackson Hole News & Guide LARAMIE (AP) — Attorneys argued Monday over whether a wild horse roundup on western Wyoming rangelands last year complied with or violated a federal law that carries different requirements for such roundups depending on whether the horses are on federal or private land. The roundup of 1,263… Continue reading Wyoming wild horse roundup argued before federal judge

BLM Delays Wyoming Wild Horse Roundup As Preliminary Injunction Motion Filed

PRESS RELEASE Rock Springs, WY (August 11, 2014) — The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has agreed to delay the proposed roundup of more than 800 wild horses in Wyoming to allow the court time to rule on a motion for a temporary restraining order and/or preliminary injunction filed late Friday by the American Wild… Continue reading BLM Delays Wyoming Wild Horse Roundup As Preliminary Injunction Motion Filed

BLM poised to eradicate last large wild horse herds in Wyoming

US Congressman, Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), supports listing of wild horses as endangered species THE CLOUD FOUNDATION PRESS RELEASE ROCK SPRINGS, WY (July 23, 2014) – The Cloud Foundation (TCF) with 280,000 followers, as well as numerous wild horse and animal advocacy groups, condemns the Bureau of Land Management’s scheduled roundup which will eliminate all wild… Continue reading BLM poised to eradicate last large wild horse herds in Wyoming

Free Roaming Wyoming horses rounded up by BLM and sold to Canadian Slaughterhouse

No public comment period – no transparency – no opportunity for horse rescue organizations to save horses from a terrible fate. THE CLOUD FOUNDATION PRESS RELEASE COLORADO SPRINGS, CO. (March 31, 2014) - On March 24, The Cloud Foundation received an anonymous tip that BLM had rounded up and removed 41 free-roaming horses from public… Continue reading Free Roaming Wyoming horses rounded up by BLM and sold to Canadian Slaughterhouse

BLM rejects offer of wind protection for coralled Wyoming Mustangs

Wild horses corralled by the BLM with no protection from harsh wind storms.

THE CLOUD FOUNDATION PRESS RELEASE In late January Lisa Friday and Ginger Kathrens of The Cloud Foundation (TCF) met with BLM District Manager, Mark Storzer, in Rock Springs, Wyoming to discuss ways to protect the over 600 horses held captive in the 30-year-old corral facility. Harsh westerly winds regularly blast the corrals and the BLM… Continue reading BLM rejects offer of wind protection for coralled Wyoming Mustangs

Prospective Wyoming horse slaughterhouse investors watch national scene

Cross-posted from the Star Tribune WRITTEN BY JOAN BARRON CHEYENNE — A group of potential investors in a Fremont County horse slaughtering plant are watching the national political scene to see whether such projects can get started in other states. Valley Meat Co. — a proposed slaughterhouse in Roswell, N.M. — is slated to open… Continue reading Prospective Wyoming horse slaughterhouse investors watch national scene