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AWHC Jul 18
This picture says it all. Read our reports from the Triple B roundup: 802 captured; 14 dead.
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AWHC Jul 27
2/Also BLM used to haul water to help herds get through the dry months. This, combined with fertility control, is more affordable and humane than roundup/stockpile. But now BLM policy is no water hauling- “emergency” roundups only.
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Freedom4Horses Oct 1
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Sally Madigan Oct 3
2🐎🐎BLM Mustangs Lux & Suchi n KillPen have Home Offer Need $680 n 5 days to save them from😱🤬 Please🥺share Rt Donate if you can Fundraiser Friends/Fam lionesse123@yahoo.com
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Liz #FireSonnyPerdue Dylan Sep 26
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Yeya Sep 21
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saunie Oct 1
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Sidewalk Angels Dec 6
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Andrea Sep 28
I CANNOT watch this cruelty. WHAT THE HELL? Who is the contractor they are using?
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Margo Miller Sep 28
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Skydog Sanctuary Jun 26
This is the gather schedule the BLM just put out. This is systematic management to extinction for our wild horses. Triple B and Devils Gdn are being decimated. Find other solutions - roundups and holding are NOT the answer
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racHELL OF THE LIVING DEAD 🧟‍♀️ ⚰ Jul 10
Replying to @VeganRachel
In case you didn't know about the horse round ups: Nevada Just yesterday 117 wild horses captured 3 killed
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Blue Equus 💫🌎🌲🐾 Aug 12
WHFF Twin Peaks roundup 2010 “After the Capture” 1734 captured. 331 dead: 157 in long term holding, 144 in short term - from strangles, colic, fractured necks, a 3 year old with no teeth... Sold 141 - at least 88 to kill buyer Tom Davis
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Terri Sep 29
More like MASS MURDER and extinction for one of our national treasures.
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Michael Huber Aug 6
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ProtectMotherEarth Sep 4
Replying to @Princepeacefarm
How about the fact that they shoot horses after roundups-claiming they are ill/injured?Some horses may have a mild abnormality & do well on the plains with their families.They shoot them because that’s less horses they have to feed/manage in captive dirt pens.
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ProtectMotherEarth Aug 31
Due to their unique digestive systems, wild horses redistribute seeds they consume as they roam our public lands, making the land healthier. Cows destroy our public lands in many ways & r a major contributor to climate crisis. Get the cows off our public lands!
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Wilderness Mustangs Mar 31
We are still here; but quietly watching what is happening with our Nations of America. It's imperative to be calling and writing letters to Congress to get this Nations Native Mustangs to a place of no human manipulation.
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Linda Heard Aug 31
Replying to @Freedom4Horses
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Fashionably Kind NYC Mar 13
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