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Read more about the joint wild horse management proposal supported by Return to Freedom here. As published by The Hill Two years ago, a small coalition of animal welfare groups submitted a proposal to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) outlining a framework to humanely and sustainably manage wild horses ... Read More
November 1, 2019Cory Golden
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As published by The Salt Lake Tribune The Bureau of Land Management has been forced to postpone putting up a few hundred wild horses, most of them recently removed from northern Utah’s Onaqui Mountains, after mustangs at the BLM’s Delta corral tested positive for a ... Read More
October 29, 2019Cory Golden
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About 340 of the 499 wild horses recently captured and removed from their home range on the Devil's Garden Plateau Wild Horse Territory in Northern California will be offered for adoption and sales with limitations starting on Nov. 2. Fifty-eight horses have already been placed with adopters or buyers that scheduled ... Read More
October 28, 2019Cory Golden
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Read the letter from Congressional Democrats Learn more about the joint stakeholder proposal to Congress supported by RTF As published by The Associated Press Congressional Democrats are demanding the Interior Department produce an overdue report on plans to manage wild horses roaming federal lands in the West after the head ... Read More
October 28, 2019Cory Golden
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A note from RTF:Return to Freedom, which has a 21-year track record of wild horse advocacy and conservation, has been working alongside the country’s two largest animal welfare organizations against a growing push to have wild horses killed or sold to slaughter. We teamed with scientists on population modeling ... Read More
October 25, 2019Cory Golden
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The Bureau of Land Management on Thursday named two new National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board members and the re-appointment of a third in advance of its Oct. 29-31 meeting in Washington, D.C. Susan McAlpine of Kingman, Ariz., has been appointed to represent humane advocacy, replacing Ginger Kathrens of The Cloud Foundation, ... Read More
October 17, 2019Cory Golden