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Wild Horses

Study shows wild horse herds with functional social structures contribute to low herd growth

It only makes sense. You disrupt horses’ social structure, threatening their herd’s viability, they respond by producing more horses. If you understand how horses interact with each other, manage them according to their needs (and not our human needs), their numbers remain stable to their environment. Now how we can convince the BLM to stop Full Article

Can we please stop calling wild horses invasive?

As we have said before here on Habitat for Horses, cattle are the invasive species NOT horses. Horses biology developed here for a very long time before cattle every ...Full Article

Utah ranchers sue BLM, demand removal of wild horses

Angered by the amount of money the BLM used to attempt to remove illegal cattle in Nevada, Utah ranchers now demand that over half of the wild horses in ...Full Article

Foundation to Protect New Mexico Wildlife Reaches Agreement with Navajo Nation to Protect Horse

Keith Dane, President of the Humane Society forwarded us this wonderful news. Thank you Bill Richardson and Robert Redford for making this happen. ~ HfH For Immediate Release: Contact: ...Full Article

The Not-So-Jolly Rancher

Anyone who thinks the Cliven Bundy debacle is over has not been looking at the news too closely. Politico has picked up the story and written a much more ...Full Article

Utah counties suspend wild horse roundup threat

Some humanity is being shown to the wild horse herds left in Utah. The cattle ranchers have graciously (tongue in cheek) allowed the foals to get a bit older ...Full Article

Cliven Bundy Ended My Forbes Gig

With so much misinformation making the rounds during the Cliven Bundy debacle, Vickery Eckhoff was the one voice you could trust that had her facts straight. With no excuse ...Full Article

Summit Focuses on Ending Export for Slaughter

Hopefully this summit will become a continual conversation about the welfare of horses here in the US. With the likes of CNN’s Jane Velez-Mitchell & VP Joe Biden… and ...Full Article

Fence must come down, say wild horse advocates

Word is spreading – the fence planned for by the US Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management is NOT in the best interest of the wild horses ...Full Article

Wild, wild horses — right in Moffat County’s back yard

With approximately 400 acres per horse, there is enough room for these wild horses. Especially if birth control efforts are underway. Perhaps its the grazing permits that need to ...Full Article