Reproductive rates can be controlled by BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT saving the taxpayers millions of dollars from unnecessary roundups.
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HELP WANTED: 

LEARN EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT WILD HORSES.  A GREAT OPPORTUNITY;  RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE CHEYENNE RIVER SIOUX RESERVATION.

SKILLS NEEDED:  
Must be able to have positive relationships with horses;  must be reliable, able to fix fence, drive tractor, lift 100# panels, clean stalls,  and multi task, assist with behavioral studies., no smoking drugs or alcohol.

Please e-mail ISPMB –ispmb@lakotanetwork.com 
for more information.

 

This is our yearly opportunity to send a loving Valentine sponsorship for half the price to your special person noting that in lieu of candy, hay has been purchased for "your" horses.  All sponsorships are half price and the person you care about will receive a beautiful Valentine certificate with a photo of their horse.  

 

FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN DO TWO LOVING ACTS IN ONE

WE NEED YOUR HELP TODAY
and then
WE CAN HELP AMERICA's WILD HORSES


Continuing our Successful Research and Behavioral Management of Wild Horses
WHY IT IS VITAL TO HELP ISPMB's HERDS

 

We have completed our 16 years of studies on our four wild horse herds.  What we have found is so crucial to the future of all wild horses on public lands and this is why we need your support! 

Our two herds, whose families have not been touched in 16 years, are growing at a rate of 7%-8% - while BLM herds are growing at 20%

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ISPMB Appeals Forest Service Plan in Continuing Effort to Save Heber Wild Horses of Arizona

Heber wild horses

In an ongoing effort to save the Heber Wild horses that reside in the Apache & Sitgreaves National Forest, an appeal by ISPMB's attorney, Anthony W. Merrill of Polisinelli Law Firm in Phoenix was filed on December 23rd. ISPMB and Mr. Merrill have been active in the Heber Case since 2005 winning a stay for the horses and requiring the FS to develop a Territory Plan for the wild horses. Joining ISPMB in this current appeal is Terra Wind Ranch Eco-Action Group headed by Jill Irvin of Chandler, AZ. Read Full Article →


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EPOCH TIMES, November 2014
What will be the fate of wild horses on America’s public lands? If a cow-and-a-half are worth $3,000 and a horse is worth nothing there is soon to be an apocalypse for the horse.

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Earth Day 2014Navajo Ride To Save Their Horses
All direction trail ride to Window Rock.
July 14th - 21st 2014.

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Earth Day 2014Contemplating Earth Day Through the Eyes of a Wild Horse - Then and Now
Written by Karen Sussman based on her knowledge of wild horses and the rich Native Culture amongst which she resides

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Good Homes Sought For Rare Horses
As ISPMB downsizes due to lack of availability of hay. This is a first time and rare opportunity.
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A Heart Warming StoryA Heart Warming Story to Raise Your Spirits
Santiago returns to his herd.
The 'will to live' of a wild horse is one of most extraordinary qualities of 'wild.'
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Amazing Wild Horse Behavior - Saving the Black Stallion
This information is intended to show the true spirit and magnificence of these wild animals which are fast disappearing from our American landscapes.  Your donations will help our work.
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Win a Trip to Our RanchWin a Trip to Our Ranch
Enjoy a Weekend With the Mustangs in Beautiful South Dakota.
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