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Wild Horses

BLM Sets Meeting of National Wild Horse & Burro Advisory Board in April

The fate of the wild horses and burros in the US will be discussed at a BLM meeting in Sacramento on April 14th and April 15th. The public will be allowed to speak but must register to do so in person on Monday, April 14th by 2PM and submit their written statements at that time. Full Article

Quite a ride: A history of Sahuarita’s wild horses

Most of the time when we discuss America’s wild horses, we are speaking of the ones who are under the care of the Bureau of Land Management. However, there ...Full Article

Rare horses reintroduced to the wild in Spain

The Retuerta species is one of the oldest horse breeds still in existence. We previously reported on this rewilding effort in Spain. Over the last 2 years, this horse ...Full Article

Wild Horses at Risk of Slaughter as BLM’s Problems Worsen

Suzanne Roy’s, Campaign Director for American Wild Horse Preservation, article in the Huffington Post spells out clearly why reform is needed in the BLM. The American Wild Horse Preservation’s ...Full Article

BLM seeks proposals to suppress growth of wild horse herds

Perhaps the headline should read – BLM seeks ways to expand land grab by cattlemen. Or would that be too obvious? ~ HfH From: KCSG.com BLM Seeks Research Proposals ...Full Article

Funds better used on highway than horses

Typically I do not post opinion pieces against the pro-wild horse crowd, as we do not want to give them the web traffic. However, it needs to be pointed ...Full Article

Sen. Rand Paul may back bill liked by Big Lick

Government does serve a purpose, many of them actually…one is to protect us from threats both without and within. We would be all for the BLM, if they actually ...Full Article

2014 Alberta Wild Horse Cull is Over

Many of Canada’s cattlemen have the same agenda as many of our American cattlemen do – kill the wild horses because they want that land. The fact that Jason ...Full Article

BLM District Manager, Mark Storzer Abusive to Corralled Wyoming Mustangs

When we take away a horse’s natural ability to find protection from the forces of nature, we owe it to them to provide it. It is inhuman and abusive ...Full Article

Horses are wild – but not free

Joan Guilfoyle, BLM Wild Horse and Burro Division Chief – the same woman whose internal Bureau of Land Management discussed “drastic changes” needed – is interviewed by NBC News. ...Full Article