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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 before they round them up and ship them off to who knows where… Now if only we could get them to understand that getting rid of Full Article

Gov. Herbert Says Utah Should Take Control of Wild Horse Herds

The conservative cattlemen are now fleeing Bundy’s stand against the BLM after his true character revealed itself. However, the West’s ranchers are still pointing fingers at the few thousand ...Full Article

Wild Horses Targeted In Utah Roundup (Video)

Unfortunately the actions taken by the BLM are far more in favor to the cattle ranchers. They cave in to the private interests of millionaires who hold more political ...Full Article

Iron County, feds work together to corral horses

All it takes is a more organized effort by local officials to get the BLM to not only back down but to aid the cattle ranchers. Trying to say ...Full Article

Iron County Cattle Ranchers to feds: Remove wild horses or we will

The Private Cattle Barons have spoken. If the BLM does not bend to their will and remove the wild horses themselves, they will just go out round up the ...Full Article

The Brits are mad and the Pros are raving

July 17, 2013 On the other side of the pond, consumers in the EU are starting to question why no one has been held criminally negligent for the horsemeat ...Full Article

Roy Exum: America’s First ‘Ag-Gag’ Victim

The Chattanoogan.com, Saturday, May 04, 2013 – by Roy Exum The town of Draper City, Utah, finally became famous this week when Amy Meyer became the first American to be ...Full Article

Animal abuse charges against Weber County rancher dropped

(Note: While there is probably a lot more to this story than is being published, it is hard to accept that no criminal charges will be filed against those ...Full Article

Horse ranchers arrested in ‘severe’ animal abuse case

Pat Reavy  / Deseret News / Tuesday, Feb. 19 2013 Rory and Trudy Childs, who run Smoky Mountain Ranch in Spanish Fork, were arrested late last week for investigation of 101 ...Full Article