The Bureau of Land Management has hit another roadblock in the contracting of the nation’s largest off-range holding facility in the form of lawsuits by wild horse advocates. In the meantime, funding is now available for partnerships looking to help manage and protect wild horses and burros.
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U.S. Senator John Thune (R-S.D.) recently introduced legislation to improve grazing rights for the U.S. Forest Service national grasslands permit holders. Under current Federal Land Policy and Management Act rules, ranchers with permits on national grasslands do not have the same rights as those with grazing permits on Bureau of Land Management and national forest land.
Hungry enough that you could eat a horse? COVID, economic difficulties, and food insecurity bring up horse meat in the United States for serious discussion.
The Bureau of Land Management has started a wild horse and burro “Online Corral”—a new website focused on connecting the American public with wild horses and burros available for adoption or purchase. The BLM has also announced the 2018 wild horse and burro event schedule, featuring nearly 70 events nationwide that focus on placing wild […]
Ranchers and grazing permit holders will get an unprecedented level of flexibility in the management of livestock while also protecting the public lands, thanks to a new initiative from the Bureau of Land Management. This effort emphasizes the Trump Administration’s goal of promoting shared conservation stewardship of public lands while supporting uses such as grazing. […]
An amendment to the Interior and Environment Appropriations bill that would allow for humane wild horse and burro euthanasia is just what western ranchers need according to the Public Lands Council (PLC) and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA). The amendment, sponsored by Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah), would rein in burdensome regulations that failed to […]