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Vesicular Stomatitis Confirmed in Colorado Horses

Vesicular Stomatitis is spreading – these horses did not even travel. Be sure to keep flies and other pests under control. ~ HfH From: The Horse Colorado became the second state in the country to confirm vesicular stomatitis (VS) when four horses on two Weld County premises tested positive for the disease. On July 17, Full Article

Bill: Allow states to more aggressively manage wild horses

Horse slaughter – this is what allowing the states and Native Americans to manage our wild horse populations will result in. The vast majority of Americans do not want ...Full Article

Ranchers Continue To Scapegoat Wild Horses

From: The Dodo By: Nicole Rivard Recently Equine Welfare Alliance, The Cloud Foundation and Wild Horse Freedom Federation released data from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on livestock ...Full Article

Stopping horse torture

There is still time to contact your representatives. In two more weeks, its going to get much tougher. If you have not done so, please look up your federal ...Full Article

Neglected Horses Seized at Aransas Pass Ranch Receiving Treatment from Habitat for Horses

We could not have saved those 11 horses without your support! From the investigation to the seizure, from the life saving medical treatments to rehabilitation from neglect to finding ...Full Article

Group continues push to protect Corolla Wild Horses (Video)

From: Wavy.com By: Jane Wertz COROLLA, N.C. (WAVY) – The fight to protect wild horses on the Outer Banks is getting political. Two weeks ago, the State of North ...Full Article

Advocates push equine welfare in D.C.

The thought that horse slaughter could at all be introduced into the upcoming agricultural budget is appalling. We can thank Oklahoma GOPer Rep. Markwayne Mullin for introduce amendments to ...Full Article

BLM: Budget constraints limits horse, burro removals

As Suzanne Roy, director of the AWHPC. says later in the article – the ranchers are looking for a scapegoat for their problems so they have chosen the wild ...Full Article

Burrowing in on Wild Horse and Burro Management

As Wayne Pacelle points out, Guatemala does not have a burro shortage. Also there are no guarantees of how the hurros will be treated once there. Better to leave ...Full Article

Report finds hope for US equine industry after prolonged decline

From: Digital Journal CHICAGO, July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Equine Welfare Alliance (EWA) with the assistance of the Animal Law Coalition has released the first Annual Equine Welfare ...Full Article