By Jeff Hampton
A one-eyed black stallion dashed down a sandy road recently and careened chest-first into a harem of wild horses.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — The Nevada Senate has passed a resolution expressing support for wild horses and burros.
By Brett French, Billings Gazette
The management of wild horse herds and flourishing urban deer populations is so politically charged that science often gets pushed aside, said Jay Kirkpatrick, of the Billings-based Science and Conservation Center.
On April 1, 2013, Hidden Valley Wild Horse Preservation Fund travelled to the Carson City prison facility to pick up six Virginia Range mustangs who had been captured by the state from non-federal lands in northern Nevada.
Since the Fall of 2012, an extraordinary rescue effort has been underway to save a historic group of Nevada mustangs who make their home in the Virginia Range near Reno.
By Stephanie Strom, The New York Times
The Obama administration has included a proposal in its 2014 budget that would effectively ban the slaughter of horses for human consumption.
By Associated Press
CHEYENNE — A legal settlement between ranchers and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management would reduce wild horse numbers by about half on more than 4,300 square miles of sagebrush country in the Red Desert of southwest Wyoming.
By Suzanne Roy, Special to Huffington Post
If a budget is a statement of priorities, then what are we to make of the Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) recent decision to sign a $6 million contract with a company that provides helicopters for wild horse roundups while cutting back spending at the largest wild horse adoption facility in the country?
NBC News is preparing to air "Wild But Not Free," an exclusive report by senior investigative correspondent Lisa Myers about the plight of America's wild horses.
Cheyenne, WY ( April 4, 2013) – A federal court in Wyoming has approved a consent decree between the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Rock Springs Grazing Association (RSGA) that will wipe out wild free-roaming horses from the Wyoming Checkerboard, a two-million acre swath of public and private land in the southern part of the state.
By Francis Davis, The Montana Standard
BUTTE - A bill that would have required the state to develop a management plan for wild horses imported into Montana was voted down in committee Tuesday.