©CAES 2018 Comparing Theories, Management, and Tragedies Recent situations that seem to prove the statements of wild horse opponents, but do they? CAES looks at facts, theories, and hypocrisy in the recent Cold Creek and Herber wild horse herd. Read the full article here “Arizona should take a whole lot of pride because that Heber … Continue reading CAES in the news, the AZ Independent Supports the Wild Horses, Does the Government?
Representative Lowey ©CAES 2018 The House Appropriations Subcommittee today passed the draft bill of the Department of the Interior budget bill for FY 2019. Among comments from M.s McCollum, and M.s Lowey (who is not listed as a member of the subcommittee on the House Appropriations members list for this subcommittee) were comments opposing … Continue reading House Appropriations Subcommittee Passes the FY 2019 Dept of Interior Bill Forward to the Full Committee
©CAES2018 TAKE ACTION BELOW The House of Representatives will begin hearings on the FY 2019 appropriations bill today. This is the bill with the Stewart amendment we fought to get rid of last year, and succeeded. Last year Rep. Chris Stewart did, as in the previous year, stand in front of this Congressional committee and … Continue reading ACTION ALERT: Contact the Appropriations Subcommittee
The daily gather statistics are updated as far as 5/12 of the Cold Creek Wild Horse Herd. This day the Forest Service caused the death of a 3-day old filly. The Forest Service has changed information, including the beginning date of the gather. Residents in the area have been reaching out to CAES and sharing … Continue reading Cold Creek, 3 Day Old Filly Killed by Forest Service
Forest Service & BLM, Rivals in Staging the Best Scene to Support the Big Lie. ©CAES 2018 Yet again Citizens Against Equine Slaughter (CAES) has caught one of the federal agencies, mandated to protect American wild horses, creating the scene they need to support the lies told to get rid of our wild horses. After … Continue reading Breaking News: Forest Service Traps Protected Wild Horses Inside a Cattle Permittee’s Fences With No Water, Again.
Citizens Against Equine Slaughter Files a Complaint Against Tabitha Romero, BLM's Southern Nevada District Office, Wild Horse & Burro Specialist. ©CAES2018 Updated 5/13/18 Today, May 7, 2018, we filed a complaint alleging neglect and animal cruelty to the Nevada State Attorney General's Office. After 22 years of mismanagement of the Cold Creek Herd in Nevada, we … Continue reading Updated – Cold Creek Wild Horses, Animal Neglect & Cruelty Complaint Filed
The second article in this series on the "WHY' question asked by so many advocates. Why do they (our government, BLM, DOI, Politicians like Rep Chris Stewart) get away with blatant lies? WHY doesn't anyone see what is really happening? WHY can't we protect our wild horses? ©CAES 2018, Val Cecama-Hogsett I was doing research … Continue reading Psychological Warfare
Psychological Warfare Tactics are being used to further the agenda of commercial industry seeking the destruction of American Wild Horses. CAES - Val Cecama-Hogsett 27 April 2018 In 2015 the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) asked for a study to be done on how to deal with the public's reactions to wild horse management issues … Continue reading U.S. Government Uses Social Cognitive Theory and Systematic Desensitization as Weapons
We want our wild horses managed ON the range, not gathered and put in these auctions after being forced to submit to behaviors humans want to be called 'gentled'. These adoption events and auctions are nothing more than a farce to get you, the public to believe that adoption is the answer if we don't … Continue reading 4 Steps to Real, On the Range, Humane Management of Native North American Wild Horses
How the Bureau of Land Management's Wild Horse Management is Causing Harm and Increased Population Growth. Val Cecama-Hogsett April 14, 2018 We have long known that removing old horses from wild herds is a bad idea. Older horses in the herd provide knowledge that the herd needs to find food in winter months or water … Continue reading The Failure of the Roundup and Removal Model of Management