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BLM

Protest ride results in charges against commissioner

Leland Hogan, president of the Utah Farm Bureau Federation, is well known for his pro-horse slaughter / anti-wild horse stance. In this article, he of course tosses in wild horses as one of the scapegoats when talking about how the BLM is stopping his pro-cattle buddies from riding their ATVs around pueblo relics. These pro-Bundy / pro-county Full Article

Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, has doubts about BLM study on burros

From: Havasu News Herald By: Zachary Matson A Washington D.C.-based nonprofit on Tuesday released an analysis of Bureau of Land Management data that calls into question the agency’s study ...Full Article

Wild horse roundups not the best way to control population

Everyone interested in the fate of the wild horses of the United States should write a letter to their local newspaper, post your views on Facebook and Twitter – ...Full Article

Wyoming horse roundup scheduled to start Monday

The ink has barely dried on the ruling, and already the BLM is ready to remove 800 wild horses. The Wild Free Roaming Horse and Burro Act has been ...Full Article

Court Rules for allowing Wild Horse Roundup to Proceed

In a blow to the remaining ever dwindling wild horse population in the United States, the BLM and the State of Wyoming will be allowed to proceed with their wild ...Full Article

Prison ends wild horse program; BLM must remove 1,100 animals

So many questions…why exactly is this program ending if the Federal Government overpaid the prison program to the tune of about 2 million dollars? ~ HfH From: The Salt ...Full Article

BLM Wyoming Wild Horse Roundup delayed as advocates appeal to Tenth Circuit Court

From: KCSG By: Paula King (DENVER) — On Sep. 2, the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign (AWHPC), The Cloud Foundation, Return to Freedom and wild horse photographers Carol Walker ...Full Article

Documentary “Roaming Wild”

  From: St. George News Documentary “Roaming Wild” creates momentum for solutions to wild horse management controversy SANTA FE, New Mexico—Eighty thousand wild horses. Limited public lands. Modern problems ...Full Article

Nominations Open for Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board

Let’s hope someone who will actually work to protect the wild horses and burros gets elected instead of a pro-cattle or fracking paid “horse expert”. ~ HfH The Bureau ...Full Article

Legislators have beef with BLM and Forest Service

From: Nevada Appeal The legislative interim committee on public lands approved a series of recommendations Thursday calling for changes in how grazing permits are handled and demanding BLM and ...Full Article