Plan To Sterilize Wild Horses On Hold

Federal judge Michael W. Mosman has temporarily blocked the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) plan to sterilize wild mares in Oregon. The sterilization of the mares in the Warm Springs Management Area in Hines would involve surgically removing their ovaries. The judge’s decision means that the sterilization plans cannot proceed until a final decision has […]

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Wild Horses And Burros Protected From Slaughter/Sterilization In Proposed Senate Bill

The Senate Fiscal Year 2019 Interior Appropriations legislation has been released. The bill continues to protect wild horses and burros from slaughter and sterilization, unlike the language put forth in the 2019 House bill, which authorized the sterilization of wild horse and burro herds. The differences in the bills will be decided in conference committee […]

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Feds Plan Sterilization And Relocation Of Wild Horses

  Southwestern Idaho will become the new home for several hundred wild horses from around the West that have not been adopted. The horses will be chemically or physically sterilized before being relocated. The 150-square-mile area will become a sanctuary area, according to Heidi Whitlach of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The Saylor […]

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Army Base Battles 700 Feral Horses

Troops at a Fort Polk, an Army base in Louisiana, are having to deal with more than the intensive training that normally occurs at the installation; they’re also facing the inconvenience of training around almost 700 feral horses. Just 20 miles from the Texas state line, the base encompasses 198,000 acres; almost 90,000 of those […]

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