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Captured Wild Horses Finally Freed In Stirring Video

While it is sad that Black Jack and his herd were captured at all, it is wonderful that they are now living free of harm in a sanctuary. Such beautiful and magnificence. The video is wonderful. ~ HfH From: The Dodo They’re the wild horses that inspired Velma Johnston, aka Wild Horse Annie, to launch Full Article

Video – I-Team finds serious problems in public land report

Nevada wants to wrest control of public lands from our government (and the BLM). Many of us may think the BLM’s job with wild horse management has been terrible. ...Full Article

Latest suit to block Nevada mustang roundups targets drugs

This article mentions how hasty the round up was for the Pine Nut horses. It is without a doubt that the BLM will be doing more “hasty” round ups. ...Full Article

House Agriculture Committee Oks resolution on wild horse population

Over a million cattle vs 3000 wild horses in Wyoming. Three thousand is not that great of a number when it comes to wild animals. If you followed the ...Full Article

Guardian’s Wild Horse Meat Story Contains 92% Beef

When the Guardian came out with their article “Why You Really Should (But Really Can’t) Eat Horse Meat” – it was a typical bad example of media coverage on ...Full Article

Video: Wild horse activists ejected from BLM meeting

Wild horse activists are becoming frustrated. We live in a country with over 85 million heads of cattle. The pressure on resources by the ranchers to feed their cattle ...Full Article

Public comment sought on Pryor wild horse population control programs

Many folks who comment on our website say that the BLM does not really listen to public comments. Unfortunately the only way we can be heard is by persistently ...Full Article

The brumbies’ fight for survival

As man’s desire to control and use more of the Earth’s resources only increases, the number of animals living in their natural environment decreases. Wild horses everywhere are feeling ...Full Article

An Update Seen Through the Eyes of One Biologist

Robert Bauer is a biologist whose works have been published before on Habitat for Horses. Today’s article is on the myth of overpopulation of wild horses. He, and other ...Full Article

Editorial: Control wild horses with contraception

Wild horse advocates are facing a new challenge. Either accept contraceptive methods as a tool to controlling the wild horse population or demand that the horses be left alone. ...Full Article