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A Home On The Range

Published by Maggie Shepard, Albuquerque Journal on Jun 12, 2017

The group Placitas WILD has forged a rare relationship with San Felipe Pueblo leaders, who are allowing 400 acres of tribal land to be used for the Wild Horse Preserve, a donation-funded, mostly fenced space for about 100 horses that organizers worry would otherwise end up at a Mexican horse slau

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Ochoco National Forest Doubles Wild Horse Monitoring Efforts

Published by My Central Oregon on Jun 8, 2017

Ochoco National Forest , Ore. – The Ochoco National Forest is embarking on a new strategy for monitoring its wild horse population for the
Big Summit Territory.

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Slaughter ’Em: The Trump Plan to Solve the West's Wild Horse Problem

Published by Alan Prendergast, Westword on Jun 5, 2017

There are so many provocative aspects to the Trump administration's spending cuts, and how that budget-slashing will affect long-established protections for public lands, wildlife and natural resources, that critics of the plan have been left sputtering in all directions

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Budget cut would send wild horses to slaughterhouse, says activist

Published by David Sherfinski, The Washington Times on Jun 5, 2017

Activists are warning the country to brace for mass horse slaughterings after President Trump’s new budget called for axing $10 million from the government’s wild horse management program.

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Home on the Range: A Guide for Viewing Wild Horses and Burros

Published by Mary Koncel, AWHC on Jun 5, 2017

We all agree – our wild horses and burros are magnificent animals.  Seeing and experiencing them in their natural habitat, whether it’s the valleys, canyons, and steep ridges of northern Nevada or the rolling hills and slopes of central Wyoming, is truly the opportunity of a lifetime.

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Why are we destroying our wild burros?

Published by Charlotte Roe, For The Desert Independent on Jun 2, 2017

Perhaps no animal has given so much to humankind as the gentle donkey. As farm workers, guardians, backcountry packers, therapeutic healers and all-around great companion animals, their light footprint and capacity for giving is unsurpassed.

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Wild Horses Could Be Sold to Slaughter Houses or Euthanized Under President Trump’s New Budget

Published by Char Adams, on Jun 2, 2017

Animal advocacy groups are fighting back against President Donald Trump‘s fiscal 2018 budget proposal, which could lead to the slaughter of thousands of the nation’s wild horses in an effort to manage the population.

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BLM Budget Cuts Put Wild Horses at Risk, Advocates Say

Published by Pat Raia, The Horse on May 26, 2017

Under President Donald Trump’s proposed 2018 budget, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) would save $4 million on wild horse and burro management by eliminating restrictions on sales and other management options.

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Trump Administration Moves to Slaughter America’s Wild Horses – Take Action Now!

Published by Grace Kuhn, AWHC Special to One Green Planet on May 26, 2017

Wild horse advocates’ biggest fear is coming true. On Tuesday, the U.S.

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Trump plans mean 100,000 US horses could face slaughter

Published by Sarah Radford, Horse and Hound on May 26, 2017

Advocacy groups in the US say up to 100,000 mustangs could face slaughter as the Trump administration slashes rural budgets.

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Wild horses could be sold for slaughter or euthanized under Trump budget

Published by Karen Brulliard and Juliet Eilperin , Washington Post on May 26, 2017

The Bureau of Land Management spends about $50 million a year to house and feed more than 46,000 wild horses and burros in corrals.

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Trump Administration Wants to Slaughter Thousands of Wild Horses to Save $4 Million

Published on May 25, 2017

Washington, DC (May 25, 2017) ...The Trump Administration budget detail, released today, reveals that the Interior Department is planning to sell thousands of wild horses to slaughter to achieve  minor budget cuts.

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