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Congress Returns from Summer Vacation to Determine the Fate of America’s Wild & Domesticated Horses

Published on Sep 5, 2017

September 5, 2017

The fate of America’s horses – both domesticated and wild – hangs in the balance as Congress returns from August recess this week.

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Euthanizing wild horses is a nice way to say killing: Suzanne Roy

Published by Suzanne Roy, Special to the RGJ on Aug 29, 2017

Over the past few months, Congress has been considering the Trump Administration’s budget request to slaughter tens of thousands of healthy wild horses and burros.

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Letter: Are we facing slaughter of America's wild horse and burro population?

Published by Joy Bradley, Roanoke Times on Aug 29, 2017
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State and federal managers discuss fate of wild horses, with media and advocates locked out

Published by Max Roth, Fox 13 on Aug 24, 2017

SALT LAKE CITY -- Wild horses bring out the romance and the longstanding divisions at the heart of the American West, and that dynamic was clear as the Bureau of Land Management, the State of Utah, and a number of private and non-profit groups met in a closed-door meeting in downtown Salt Lake Ci

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Top Interior official calls for ending bans on selling, euthanizing wild horses

Published by Brian Maffly, Salt Lake Tribune on Aug 23, 2017
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Big, non-native mammal invaders: not a problem, but a solution.

Published by Brandon Keim, Anthropocene on Aug 23, 2017

Even as native populations of large-bodied herbivores fall at alarming rates, others of their kind are thriving in new locales — yet they’re often regarded as unwelcome aliens, a source of environmental catastrophe.

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Published on Aug 23, 2017

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USU officials defend wild horse and burro conference

Published by Kevin Opsahl, HJ News on Aug 23, 2017

A conference on wild horse and burro management organized with help from Utah State University is encountering criticism from animal advocacy groups, claiming the conference is secretive in nature and not all sides and solutions will be heard.

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The State of Play in DC, and What You Can Do to Help Wild Horses Right Now

Published on Aug 23, 2017

The summer doldrums, otherwise know as the August congressional recess, have hit Washington D.C., with still two more weeks to go until the House and Senate return for legislative business.

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Critics maintain Utah mustang meeting a 'slaughter summit'

Published by Michelle L. Price and Scott Sonner, Associated Press on Aug 23, 2017


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Utah State University hosts wild horse summit, but excludes key advocates and the public

Published by Brian Maffly, Salt Lake Tribune on Aug 22, 2017

Critics of a national conference on wild horses, opening this week in Salt Lake City, assert its state organizers have closed the event to the public and excluded key figures in the horse-advocacy community.

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What Will Happen to the Horses in the Bartlesville, OK Long-term Holding Facility?

Published on Aug 22, 2017

About 45 miles north of Tulsa in Bartlesville, Oklahoma is the Hughes Ranch where thousands of horses graze on its 12,000 acres.  Although horse ranches in the Sooner state are a common sight, the Hughes Ranch is somewhat unique.  It’s home to approximately 2,000 previously wild horses

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