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FOREST SERVICE KIDNAPS ARIZONA ALPINE WILD HORSES

PRESS RELEASE I 7/14/22 Karen Sussman President, ISPMB Rapid City, South Dakota – On behalf of the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros (ISPMB), the FR Law Group of Phoenix, Arizona served the U.S. Forest Service for declaratory relief on June 28th to stop the removal of the wild horses that have […]

Wild Horse Advocates Seek Protection For Apache National Forest Horses

Phoenix law firm FR Law Group files a lawsuit against the United States Department of Agriculture and the United States Forest Service on behalf of client, the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros, alleging multiple violations of federal law as the U.S. Forest Service once again seeks to capture and permanently remove […]

‘Stop the roundup of wild horses’: Lawsuit claims Forest Service unlawfully removing Apache-Sitgreaves horses

PINETOP-LAKESIDE, Arizona – The United States Forest Service is rounding up Arizona’s iconic wild horses and removing them under the label of “unauthorized livestock” on public land, according to a lawsuit filed in Phoenix on Tuesday. The lawsuit, filed by the nation’s oldest wild horse organization, claims the nation’s forest service is acting in the […]

Unauthorized Livestock-Feral Horses Frequently Answered Questions USDA-United States Department of Agriculture

The Forest Service continues to plan for the necessary removal of a number of unauthorized livestock, commonly referred to as feral horses, on the Apache National Forest. This decision is a necessary step to ensure that the Apache National Forest is healthy and sustainable for years to come. These feral horses cause substantial problems for […]

USDA Forest Service to Conduct Necessary Removal of Unauthorized Livestock-Feral Horses USDA-United States Department of Agriculture

Springerville, AZ, March 21st, 2022- The USDA Forest Service continues to plan for the necessary removal of up to 20 unauthorized livestock, commonly referred to as feral horses, on the Apache National Forest. The decision is a necessary step to ensure that the Apache National Forest is healthy and sustainable for years to come. These […]