This is so sad. These so called people who work for the BLM stay comfortable inside a house while these poor animals are out in the wind and sand. No wind breaks. No shade. This is animal abuse and these roles need to be reversed. The horses and burros should be inside and the “people should be left in the pens. Animal abusers like these are no better than rapists and child abusers.
Wild Horse Education (WHE) has a small base of dedicated volunteers coming together with one goal. Gaining protection from abuse, slaughter and to gain fair management practices for wild horses and burros is the thread that unites.
The following is a personal essay from a volunteer that went on the recent tour of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Broken Arrow facility on Indian Lakes Rd in Fallon Nevada. BLM now simply references the facility as “Indian Lakes.” The name of the facility is Broken Arrow, located on Indian Lakes Rd. When the facility first opened in 2009 BLM called it Broken Arrow. Broken Arrow is a short term holding facility (horses are intended to be held there until they transfer to long term holding) and as an “overflow” facility as processing facilities hit capacity. Many of these horses have been in the facility for years.
Our volunteer is not…
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