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Virginia Range Horses Under New Management

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By Terri Russell, KOLO TV

RENO, NV - Shannon Windle greets a wild horse on a fenced pasture in Washoe Valley.

Judge hears arguments in Utah lawsuit over wild-horse removal

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By Kelly Catalfamo, Salt Lake Tribune

A group of ranchers demanding that the federal government remove wild horses in Utah will have to wait to find out whether or not their case will be tried.

Judge to hear arguments in wild horse lawsuit

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By Associated Press

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A federal judge is scheduled to hear arguments Wednesday in a lawsuit filed by a group of ranchers demanding the federal government remove wild horses.

Forbes Billionaires Top US Welfare Ranchers List

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By Vickery Eckhoff, The Daily Pitchfork

Americans love ranchers: Gritty ranchers, mom-and-pop ranchers, renegade ranchers — especially those who raise livestock on the vast open prairies of the West through hard work and rugged independence.

TODAY: FEDERAL COURT TO HEAR MOTION TO DISMISS UTAH RANCHER ANTI-MUSTANG LAWSUIT

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Salt Lake City, UT (March 24, 2015)…. Today, the U.S. District Court District of Utah will hear arguments on a Motion to Dismiss a Utah rancher lawsuit against the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) seeking to compel the removal of hundreds of wild horses from public and private lands in the state.

Judge sides with wild horse advocates against ranchers

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By Barbara Liston, Reuters

(Reuters) - Wild horse advocates in the U.S. West, represented by Meyer Glitzenstein & Crystal in Washington D.C., have scored a first win in four separate lawsuits filed recently by ranchers who want the federal government to thin the horse herd and reduce competition with their cattle for food and water on public land.

BLM's Indian Lakes corrals to expand

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By Steve Ranson, Nevada Appeal

Although the calendar indicated winter, the unusual spring-like day earlier this month at the Bureau of Land Management’s holding pen for wild horses and burros northeast of Fallon gave visitors an update on the government’s care for the animals.

BLM Issues Pryor Mountain Range Fertility Control Decision

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By Bureau of Land Management

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Billings, Montana, Field Office has released a decision that will allow for the continued use of fertility control on the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range

Federal Plan to Round Up Horses for Slaughter Sparks Outrage

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11,000 Citizens Join Wild Horse Advocacy Groups in Opposition to Taxpayer Funded Operation to Capture Tribal Horses in Nevada

Nevada Dept. of Agriculture Signs Precedent-Setting Agreement with Advocates to Protect Historic Virginia Range Horses

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Agreement finalizes plan to humanely manage the state’s wild horses

Horses never forget human friends

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By Jennifer Viegasm, NBC News

Human friends may come and go, but a horse could be one of your most loyal, long-term buddies if you treat it right, suggests a new study.

Judge Lets Wild Horses Stay Put

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By Mike Heuer, Courthouse News Service

RENO, Nev. (CN) - A federal judge dismissed with prejudice a complaint that sought to make the federal government immediately begin removing thousands of wild horses and burros in Nevada.

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