Wild & Feral Horses

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Kansas State's New Andrology Lab

February 01, 2002

Juan Samper, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACT, the immediate past president of the Society for Theriogenology (a group of domestic animal reproduction experts), is heading a new andrology laboratory focused on reproduction of male animals, especially horses.... Read More

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Get Valuable Horse Care Information And Savings In Unique Format

January 16, 2002

The popular Purina Mills-sponsored Equine Education Series are back this year loaded with training tidbits, nutritional know-how, and incredible deals. Purina Mills Gold Program dealers across the country will be hosting the annual seminars from... Read More

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Wild Horse and Burro Management

January 01, 2002

"Be it enacted by the Senate and Horse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, The Congress finds and declares that wild free-roaming horses and burros are living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of... Read More

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Emergency Roundup

November 02, 2001

A total of 353 horses was gathered in an emergency roundup Oct. 2-4 in the Paisley Desert Herd Management Area (HMA) in Oregon, part of the Lakeview Resource Area of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The herd is gathered periodically to... Read More

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Animal Rights Groups Sue BLM

November 01, 2001

The Fund for Animals and Animal Legal Defense Fund sued the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Sept. 20 to block the removal of 21,000 feral horses from federal lands in the western United States. The groups... Read More

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Chincoteague Ponies

October 10, 2001

Chincoteague is such a unique name and place that it is impossible to confuse it with anything or anywhere else. From children who have read Marguerite Henry's Misty of Chincoteague, to travel buffs who ended up on the island in search of... Read More

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The Natural Hoof: A Sign of the Times

October 10, 2001

The feet of wild horses have been able to adapt to their environment, while the feet of domestic horses seem to consistently fail at adapting and instead collapse, crack, flare, and bruise.... Read More

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Protecting the Wild Herds

October 08, 2001

Wild horses have captured the imagination of the American public for many years. Books have been written, movies have been made, and young and old have harbored fantasies of catching and taming a wild stallion which will become... Read More

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Wild Wisdom

October 08, 2001

It is a stirring sight to watch a band of wild horses on the run across a prairie or valley floor, manes and tails flowing in the wind. If they are in rugged country, they won't slow their pace when the trail winds its way up a... Read More

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Animal Rights Groups Sue BLM

October 05, 2001

The Fund for Animals and Animal Legal Defense Fund sued the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Sept. 20 to block the removal of 21,000 feral horses from federal lands in the western United States. The groups say that the BLM hasn’t prepared a study... Read More

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Wild Horse Overpopulation

October 01, 2001

The wild horse is an animal most of us see as a beautiful, capable, defiant creature, comfortable in his environment and not needing human intervention to survive. However, this is not always the case, at least not in the United States.

Wil... Read More

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Barefoot Benefits

July 01, 2001

We often assume a horse needs shoes without really thinking about why or how that affects a horse's overall health. Yet standard veterinary texts, such as books by James Rooney, DVM, and O.R. Adams, DVM, on... Read More

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Internet Adoption Of Wild Horses and Burros

June 01, 2001

The U.S. Department of Interior's Bureau of Land Management will be holding an on-line Wild Horse and Burro Internet adoption June 28-July 19. Your family can adopt a horse or burro with just a click of your computer's mouse. There will be 44... Read More

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Wild Herd Dispersed

January 01, 2001

Controversy arose when feral horses from Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota were culled for open auction (as opposed to BLM-type adoptions) in October 2000. The problem was that mares and stallions culled from the herd for auction... Read More

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Online Mustang Adoption a Success

January 01, 2001

Thirty-five mustangs recently were adopted via cyberspace in the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) sixth Internet auction. More than 288 e-mail applications flooded into BLM computer in-boxes during the three- week... Read More

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Wildfires Spark Wild Horse Adoption

September 01, 2000

Severe drought conditions and recent wildfires throughout the western United States have destroyed thousands of acres of habitat for America's wild horses and burros (WH&B), and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is conducting emergency... Read More

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Calming Influences

May 01, 2000

Calming a Mustang Stud

Last fall I adopted a wild mustang stud. It is my first horse. Should this guy be fixed? Will it calm his wild and spooky attitude? Can you tell me how you do it? I want to start training him this... Read More

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Looking for a 'Wild' Summer Project? Why Not Adopt a Horse or Burro?

May 01, 2000

The U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has got a 'wild' summer idea for you. Approximately 100 wild horses and burros will be available for adoption at The Wild Horse and Burro Adoption Facility at Cross Plains,... Read More

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Wild Horses Available With A Few Clicks

April 01, 2000

The U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will hold a Wild Horse Adoption live on the Internet starting April 12, 2000. The upcoming adoption will offer 9 saddle broke horses from Wyoming, 20 halter broke horses from... Read More

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Millennium Mustang Adoption -- A Success in Cyberspace

February 01, 2000

The U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management (BLM) started the new millennium off in a big way—adopting 35 mustangs through cyberspace. Over 288 applications flooded into BLM computer e-mail in-boxes during the three week... Read More

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First National Wild Horse Satellite Adoption

August 13, 1999

Eighty-seven wild horses from Nevada will find new homes in 19 states after a lively competitive bidding session via satellite on August 6.

“Response to the first nationally televised... Read More

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Wild Horse And Burro Center to Celebrate 20th Anniversary

August 13, 1999

The only year-round wild horse and burro adoption center east of the Mississippi will celebrate 20 years of operation by offering hundreds of wild horses for adoption to qualified equine enthusiasts on Sept. 10 and 11, 1999.... Read More

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Wild Horse And Burro Office Opens In Tennessee

May 14, 1999

The Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States Office is opening a Wild Horse and Burro Office in Lebanon, Tennessee, southeast of the Eastern Wild Horse and Burro Contract Adoption Facility in Cros... Read More

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False EIA-Positive Mustang Foals Go Up For Adoption

April 02, 1999

Twelve Mustang foals will be among horses offered for adoption at a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) adoption in Stillwater, Okla., April 10. Ten gentled and halter-trained geldings, 12 untrained mares, and four gentled jack... Read More

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Update: Clean Bill Of Health For EIA-Positive Mustang Foals

February 26, 1999

Eleven Mustang foals taken to Oklahoma State University last summer when they tested positive for equine infectious anemia (EIA) now have tested negative. A temporary restraining order filed by the International Society for... Read More