A Congressional critic of the program will visit Nevada
A federal judge cleared the way Wednesday for a Nevada tribe to sell 149 mustangs over the objection of critics who claim the unbranded animals are federally protected wild horses that should not be auctioned off for possible slaughter.
A roundup of wild horses in Nevada has been halted for now by a federal judge.
A federal judge in Nevada has temporarily banned the Bureau of Land Management from using helicopters to gather many of the hundreds of mustangs targeted in a roundup that’s already under way about 150 miles northeast of Reno.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is investigating the shooting deaths of nearly a dozen wild horses in four separate incidents in California and Nevada since the beginning of the year.
A federal appeals court has paved the way for the Bureau of Land Management to round up wild horses in
A federal judge says he expects to decide within a day whether to grant an emergency injunction blocking a government roundup of 1,700 wild horses.
Nearly 90,000 domestic and wild horses are transported Canada and Mexico for slaughter each year. Commercial horse slaughter plants are not permitted to operate in the U.S. A symposium is being held in Las Vegas […]