About Cory Golden

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Cory Golden has created 397 blog entries.

Salt Wells Creek, Day 20: Wyo. roundup ends with 1,968 wild horses captured, 15 dead

 

The Bureau of Land Management on Tuesday ended its helicopter roundup Salt Wells Creek / Great Divide Basin / Adobe Town herd management areas in southwest Wyoming’s Checkerboard region with 1,968 wild horses captured, separated from their family bands and shipped to holding facilities and 15 dead.

On Tuesday, BLM captured 10 adult wild horses and five

October 18th, 2017|

Lompoc’s Flying Goat Cellars donates to Return to Freedom

 

As published by KCOY

LOMPOC, Calif. – Next year marks the 20th year of operation for Return to Freedom Wild Horse Sanctuary which rescues wild horses and burros that are rounded up and removed from natural rangelands.

The organization started on about 300 acres of land on Jalama Road south of Lompoc and has now grown to

October 18th, 2017|

Salt Wells Creek, Day 19: Helicopters trap 236 wild horses

 

The Bureau of Land Management on Monday used a pair of helicopters to trap 183 adult wild horses and 53 foals at the Adobe Town and Salt Wells Creek herd management areas.

Their capture brings to 1,953 the total number of wild horses taken from the from the Salt Wells Creek / Great Divide Basin / Adobe

October 17th, 2017|

Salt Wells Creek, Day 18: Total wild horses captured now 1,717

 

Oct. 17 update: The Senate Interior Subcommittee and full Appropriations Committee have delayed their hearings. We’ll update you when they reschedule. The good news is that this again gives us more time to log calls with Senators. Please don’t let up!

The Bureau of Land Management on Sunday used a pair of helicopters to trap 123

October 16th, 2017|

Still time to send public comment: Advisory Board to meet Oct. 18-19

 

The National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board will meet Oct. 18-19 in Grand Junction, Colorado — the board’s first meeting since recommending that the Bureau of Land Management euthanize captive wild horses and burros.

In September 2016, members of the Advisory Board attracted national headlines — and an outraged response from wild horse supporters — for

October 14th, 2017|

TAKE ACTION: Senate Appropriations Committee to vote on wild horses!

 

Oct. 17 update: URGENT: The Senate Interior Subcommittee and full Appropriations Committee have delayed their hearings. We’ll update you when they reschedule. The good news is that this again gives us more time to log calls with Senators. Please don’t let up!

This is not a drill!

We need all the calls to Congress that we can get

October 14th, 2017|

Salt Wells Creek, Day 17: 44 wild horses captured; roundup to continue after judge’s ruling

 

Oct. 17 update: The Senate Interior Subcommittee and full Appropriations Committee have delayed their hearings. We’ll update you when they reschedule. The good news is that this again gives us more time to log calls with Senators. Please don’t let up!

A helicopter roundup that has seen 1,560 Wyoming wild horses captured will continue after a U.S.

October 14th, 2017|

Salt Wells Creek, Day 16: 79 more wild horses captured, 13th dies

 

As Congress prepares to resume the debate over whether to allow the Bureau of Land Management to kill healthy unadopted wild horses and burros, the agency on Thursday used a pair of helicopters to capture 65 adult wild horses and 14 foals at the Adobe Town Herd Management Area in Wyoming.

In all, 1,516 wild horses have

October 13th, 2017|

House bill would ban double-deck horse trailers

 

Return to Freedom is proud to support the bipartisan Horse Transportation Act of 2017, introduced on Thursday by Reps. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn, and Walter B. Jones, R-N.C.  The bill would prohibit interstate transportation of horses in a motor vehicle containing two or more levels stacked on top of one another.

“When we allow animals to be

October 12th, 2017|

BLM working to determine cause of 22 foal deaths at Calif. corrals

 

As published by the Herald and News

SUSANVILLE, Calif. – The Bureau of Land Management is working closely with veterinarians to determine the cause of death for 22 wild horse foals that became ill this past week, while housed at the BLM’s Litchfield Corrals near Susanville, according to a news release.

The illness has affected only the

October 12th, 2017|