Wild Horses Roundup Divides Ranchers In Northwest ColoradoThe roundup of wild horses in northwest Colorado has divided ranchers in the rural area of the state.
133 Horses Gathered In Northwest Colorado RoundupMore than 100 horses have been gathered as part of a roundup in northwest Colorado's West Douglas Herd Area.
Colorado Group Claims BLM Trying To Breed Special Mustangs In OregonWild horse advocates are challenging U.S. Bureau of Land Management plans this summer to round up the famous Kiger and Riddle Mountain mustang herds in eastern Oregon.
Investigation Focuses On Wild Horse BuyerOfficials in Southern Colorado are now investigating a wild horse buyer who has allegedly confessed to shipping hundreds of federally protected horses out of state, possibly for slaughter.
New BLM Rules Restrict Sales Of Wild HorsesSales of wild horses and burros will be restricted under new rules announced Friday by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management after an investigation into the sale of more than 1,700 horses to a Colorado livestock hauler who supports the horse meat industry.
Ken Salazar: Wild Horse Sales To Be ScrutinizedInterior Secretary Ken Salazar is restricting the number of wild horses people can buy from the federal government and promises to prosecute those who sell mustangs for slaughter.
BLM Begins Gathering Wild Horses On Western SlopeThe Bureau of Land Management started rounding up wild horses on the far reaches of the Western Slope on Sunday.
BLM To Start Rounding Up Wild HorsesThe Bureau of Land Management will start rounding up wild horses from a hotly-debated herd area on the far reaches of the Western Slope.
Court OKs Limited Horse Roundup In West ColoradoA federal court has ruled that the Bureau of Land Management can round up 40 to 50 horses south of Rangely that have been affected by the drought.
BLM Takes Extreme Measures To Help Wild Horse HerdWith drought conditions the worst in years, the Bureau of Land Management is having trouble taking care of a herd of wild horses in Western Colorado and part of the reason is because of a court case in Washington D.C.