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The Bureau of Land Management on Saturday captured 37 wild horses and on Sunday nine on the 10th and 11th days of a planned 600-horse “emergency” helicopter roundup on the Jackson Mountains Herd Management Area in Humboldt County, Nevada. On Saturday, six wild horses were put down: a 3-year-old bay mare, ... Read More
September 27, 2021Cory Golden
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  The Bureau of Land Management on Saturday captured 41 wild horses and none on Sunday on the 18th and 19th days of a 1,900-horse "emergency" helicopter roundup on the Barren Valley Complex, located in southeast Oregon’s Malheur and Harney Counties. A 3-month-old filly was put down on Saturday for a "pre-existing ... Read More
September 27, 2021Cory Golden
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The Bureau of Land Management on Friday captured 41 wild horses on the ninth day of a planned 600-horse “emergency” helicopter roundup on the Jackson Mountains Herd Management Area in Humboldt County, Nevada. Two wild horses were put down, according to BLM's gather report: a 2-year-old bay mare and ... Read More
September 25, 2021Cory Golden
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  The Bureau of Land Management on Friday captured 54 wild horses on the 17th day of a 1,900-horse "emergency" helicopter roundup on the Barren Valley Complex, located in southeast Oregon’s Malheur and Harney Counties. No deaths were reported on Friday. Among the 23 stallions, 18 mares and 13 foals captured on ... Read More
September 25, 2021Cory Golden
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Starting on or about Oct. 7, the Bureau of Land Management plans to begin a 4,300-horse helicopter roundup on five Herd Management Areas in Southwestern Wyoming. The agency plans to permanently remove 3,500 wild horses and to return 800 wild horses to the range, treating all released mares with fertility ... Read More
September 24, 2021Cory Golden
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As published by The Salt Lake Tribune The Bureau of Land Management chronically underreports the extent of damage to public rangelands caused by livestock grazing in Utah in apparent defiance of policies that mandate regular rangeland health assessments, according to an analysis of federal data. Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) ... Read More
September 24, 2021Cory Golden