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Wild Horse Management, From The Outside

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By Geoffrey Riley and Emily Cureton

July 13, 2016

Long live wild horses. That is the essence of the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign, which advocates for keeping horses alive and free and not facing slaughter in the American West.

How This One State’s Mustang Program Offers Hope for the Future of America’s Wild Horses

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By Grace Kuhn, AWHPC, for One Green Planet

July 28, 2016

Colorado’s majestic mustangs are a fine match for the state’s breathtaking landscapes. They also provide a shining example of how wild horse management programs can work when government and people come together to protect these national treasures.

Animal Rights Groups Are Freaking Out Over Horse Population Control Methods

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By Kevin Daley, The Daily Caller

July 27, 2016

A coalition of animal rights group is having a conniption over controversial horse sterilization procedures, as western states grapple with an unprecedented surge in wild horse and burro populations.

Public Observation Demanded at BLM Wild Horse Sterilization Experiments

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By The Desert Independent

July 20, 2016

BURNS, Oregon – Citing the First Amendment, two leading wild horse advocacy organizations have filed a formal request to observe and record controversial surgical procedures to be performed on wild horses at the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse Corral Facility in Hines, Oregon.

Letter: The failure of wild horse policy

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By Suzanne Roy, AWHPC, special to The Bulletin

July 15, 2016

The headline for The Bulletin’s June 28 editorial is absolutely right and deserves some all-caps emphasis: “Wild horse policy is NOT working.”

Taking The Wild Out Of The Wild Horse

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By Ryan Moloney, Eugene Weekly

July 14, 2016

Roughly 67,000 wild horses roam the public lands of the western United States, and around 4,000 of them are in Oregon.

Wild Horse Management, From The Outside

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By Geoffrey Riley & Emily Cureton, Jefferson Public Radio

July 8, 2016

Long live wild horses. That is the essence of the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign, which advocates for keeping horses alive and free and not facing slaughter in the American West.

Congressional committee seeking solutions to wild horse populations

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By David Louis, Rawlins Daily Times

June 29, 2016

RAWLINS — A Congressional subcommittee on federal lands last week attempted to answer a long-standing question: what to do about wild horses grazing on public lands.

Wild horse advocates oppose BLM’s plan to sterilize mustang mares

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By The Associated Press

June 28, 2016

BEND — A plan to remove the ovaries of 100 wild horses has prompted backlash from a nonprofit horse group.

Horse spaying proposals draw backlash

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By Hilary Corrigan, The Bulletin

June 28, 2016

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management and Oregon State University plan to remove the ovaries of 100 wild horses as part of a research effort, drawing a nonprofit horse group to immediately denounce it as a barbaric, dangerous procedure.