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Bible Springs Roundup: July 28, 2014

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BLM begins wild horse roundup on July 28, 2014

Welfare Ranching Trumps Public Opinion: BLM Begins Utah Roundup to Appease Ranchers

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Milford, UT (July 28, 2014) . . . Amidst intense scrutiny and strong public opposition, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) today moved forward with the roundup of wild horses living on public lands in southeastern Utah.

Wild Horses Benefit from Contraceptive Vaccine

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Animal protection organization, FOUR PAWS International, is helping to preserve the 500 wild horses currently living in the Letea Forest in Romania. The Letea Forest, which is situated in the northeastern part of the Danube Delta in Romania, is the second largest wetland in Europe.

BLM to remove more than 800 wild horses in southern Wyoming

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By Trevor Graff, Star-Tribune

The Bureau of Land Management is removing between 800 and 900 wild horses from the checkerboard lands in the Great Divide Basin and the Adobe Town and Salt Wells Creek herd management areas in south central Wyoming.

BLM to round up wild horses Monday

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By Tracie Sullivan, The Spectrum

CEDAR CITY – After months of being under pressure from local ranchers and the Iron County Commissioners to bring the number of wild horses on public lands down to the appropriate management levels, the Bureau of Land Management is slated to begin a wild horse gather on Monday.

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AM3 Producer Ellie Phipps-Price on AZTV channel 13

BLM Poised to Eradicate Last Large Wild Horse Herds in Wyoming

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By The Cloud Foundation

US Congressman, Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), supports listing of wild horses as endangered species

Wildlife group, cattle company join federal wild horse lawsuit

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By Dylan Woolf Harris, Elko Daily

ELKO — Two more entities joined a federal lawsuit regarding wild horse policy, which demands the government round up and remove excess horses.

NACo passes horse resolution — will it convince Congress to act?

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By Tracie Sullivan, The Spectrum

CEDAR CITY – In an effort to gather support for recent legislation introduced by Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT Iron County), Iron County Commissioner Dave Miller pushed a resolution through last week at the National Association of Counties that sends a resounding message back to Congress — let the states manage their own wild horses.

Judge rules Placitas horses not wild

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By Rosalie Rayburn, ABQ Journal

A District Court Judge in Albuquerque has ruled that the feral horses roaming Placitas are not wild and therefore fall under state livestock laws.

Equestrian/Philanthropist Victoria McCullough and Team Valor’s Barry Irwin to be honored at Equine Advocates’ Thirteenth Annual Awards Dinner & Charity Auction

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By Arthur Gonick, Saratoga Today

CHATHAM – Victoria McCullough, international equestrian, philanthropist and the owner of Chesapeake Petroleum and Team Valor’s Barry Irwin, owner of 2011 Kentucky Derby winner, Animal Kingdom, will be honored at Equine Advocates’ Thirteenth Annual Awards Dinner & Charity Auction on Friday, July 25. The event will be held at Fasig-Tipton in Saratoga Springs.

National Coalition Slams BLM for Plans to Wipe Out Wild Horses from Wyoming Checkerboard

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Rock Springs, WY (July 19, 2014)…. The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign (AWHPC), a national coalition, today assailed a plan announced yesterday by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to round up and remove nearly 1,000 wild horses from 1.2 million acres of land in what is known as the “Wyoming Checkerboard” in the southwestern part of the state beginning.

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