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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #149”- HSUS Farm Animal Protection- Chris Holbein

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On Aug 22nd, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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Guest will be: Chris HolbeinPublic Policy Director for Farm Animal Protection- Humane Society of the United States

https://www.facebook.com/HSUSFarmAnimals/

http://www.humanesociety.org/issues/campaigns/factory_farming/

The HSUS is the nation’s largest and most effective animal welfare organization. HSUS works in the United States and abroad to protect all animals. HSUS celebrates the human-animal bond, and fight animal cruelty and abuse in all its forms. Confronting cruelty. Giving farm animals a voice.

Chris Holbein is focusing on legislative issues around the country. Around the world, animals used for meat, eggs, and dairy often suffer on factory farms where they are treated as units of production rather than sentient creatures.

Many farm animals are intensively confined in crates, cages, or pens so small they can barely move, while others are overcrowded in filthy, barren sheds. Painful physical mutilations are commonly inflicted on farm animals without any anesthesia, and most farm animals are selectively bred for unnaturally high rates of production which dramatically decreases their well-being.

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #148”- Animal Rights Activists- 2 Guests

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On Aug 15th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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Washington State University silences researcher to placate ranchers and politicians

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SOURCE:  SEATTLE TIMES

A motion-triggered wildlife camera at the den site of the Profanity Peak pack captures pack members on camera last June 30. Seven pack members were killed by Department of Fish and Wildlife after the wolves killed cattle grazing on public land at the Colville National Forest. (WSU wolf livestock research program)

A WAR OVER WOLVES

Outspoken researcher says his university and lawmakers silenced and punished him

By Lynda V. Mapes, Seattle Times environment reporter

By a slow slide of river deep in Washington’s wolf country, Robert Wielgus laughs at the tattoo on his arm of Four Claws, the grizzly that almost killed him.

“I would rather face charging grizzly bears trying to kill me than politicians and university administrators, because it is over quickly,” said Wielgus, director of the Large Carnivore Conservation Lab at Washington State University.

A Harley-riding, self-described adrenaline junkie at home in black motorcycle leathers with a Stetson and a .357 in the pickup, Wielgus, 60, is no tweed-jacket academic. For decades he has traveled North America wrangling bears, cougars and wolves to collar and study their behavior, including collaborations with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW).

Wielgus now finds himself crosswise with ranchers, lawmakers and WSU administrators — and their lobbyists. He’s lost grant funding for his summer research, has been forbidden from talking to media in his professional role and has been reviewed — and cleared — for scientific misconduct.

To understand why involves a look at state policy concerning a menagerie of animals: cougars, sheep, cattle and wolves. And one more animal: homo sapiens.

In Washington, it turns out, wolves and livestock are getting along better than the people who manage and study them.

Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), a national nonprofit specializing in government scientist whistleblower protection, in April filed a 12-page complaint against WSU officials, alleging the university punished and silenced Wielgus to placate ranchers and state legislators who objected to his research. WSU officials declined to comment for this story, citing possible litigation.

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #147”- We Love Pit Bulls- Help STOP BSL!

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On Aug 8th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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Guests will be: Dianne Lynn Elko – Founder of We Love Pit Bulls & Animal Advocate for all animals, and Kim Brown– Head Administrator & also Animal Advocate for all animals.

Dianne Lynn Elkofounder of We Love Pit Bulls since 2012, there are almost 80,000 members. Dianne has 8 Pit Bull groups on Facebook. There are awesome admins who help her everyday to help our Pit Bulls. We want to change the way the world sees Pit Bulls.We stand for Pit Bulls,we believe in adopt,don’t shop,we want to see an end to dog fighting and BSL.

Breed-specific legislation is a type of dangerous dog law. It is defined as any ordinance or policy that pertains to a specific dog breed or several breeds, but does not affect any others. Proponents of breed-specific laws seek to limit public exposure to well-documented dangerous dog breeds by regulating the ownership of them.

BSL needs to disappear. BSL is discrimination, stero-typing, prejudice, unjustifiable, inhumane, and injustice. When a dog attacks, all animals should not be held accountable.

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #146”- Laura Lassiter-Animal Communicator

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On Aug 1st, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST 

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #145”- Heather Szasz- Dog Trainer

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On July 25th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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Gayle Hunt (Pres.) of Central Oregon Wild Horse Coalition, on efforts to preserve the wild horses in the Big Summit HMA in the Ochoco National Forest (Wed., 7/12/17)

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Our guest today is Gayle Hunt, President & Founder of the Central Oregon Wild Horse Coalition (COWHC),  established as a non-profit organization in 2002.
The Ochoco National Forest is seeking comments on a proposal to revise the
Ochoco Wild and Free Roaming Herd Management Plan, and sent a Scoping Letter to the public that is vague and doesn’t state the proposed Appropriate Management Level (AML), the number of wild horses and burros that will be allowed to remain on this HMA.  (The current AML is 55-65 wild horses – not allowing a high enough number to be viable ).
We’re asking YOU help save these horses and send in comments to the Forest Service requesting the AML be set at a viable herd number.  In order to have a viable herd number, the Forest Service needs to set an AML of a minimum of 150-200 horses, including 50 breeding age adults.  Also, please ask for a genetically sustainable herd.  The Forest Service is doing genetic augmentation, so ask them to provide the public with all research and documentation for genetic augmentation, since their management decisions have included this.
On this show you’ll learn more about how COWHC is currently trying to preserve the current 130 or so wild horses currently on the Big Summit HMA, about 30 miles east of Prineville, Oregon.  Check out the COWHC facebook page HERE for the latest updates.  COWHC is boots on the ground and provides one of the most accurate herd inventories in the nation, annually bringing a cadre of about 80 volunteers to count these wild horses on their turf.  They also work on on-the-ground improvements like water developments, forage improvements, fence removal and other projects.
Public comments for this plan for Big Summit wild horses are due by July 21, 2017 and can be submitted by email
to BLM_NV_East_Pershing_Complex_EA@blm.gov with “East Pershing Complex Gather” in the subject line.

Questions and written comments should be directed to: Samantha Gooch, Wild Horse and Burro Specialist, BLM Humboldt River Field Office, 5100 E. Winnemucca Blvd., Winnemucca, NV 89445.

You can also submit a comment electronically at https://cara.ecosystem-management.org/Public/CommentInput?project=46228
Commenters should be aware before including their address, phone number, email address, or other personal identifying information in their comment, that their entire comment – including identifying information – may be made publicly available at any time.  While they can ask BLM in their comment to withhold personal identifying information from public review, BLM cannot guarantee that it will be able to do so.  Anonymity is not allowed for submissions from organizations or businesses and from individuals identifying themselves as representatives or officials of organizations or businesses.
This show will be hosted by Debbie Coffey, V.P. and Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs for Wild Horse Freedom Federation.

To contact us: ppj1@hush.com, or call 320-281-0585

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #143” – Guest: Dr Dena Mangiamele-DVM

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On June 27th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #142” – HSUS: Leolin Bowen

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On June 20th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #141” – Guest: Jane Velez-Mitchell

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On June 13th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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Elaine Nash (Dir. of Fleet of Angels) and Palomino Armstrong (Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang) talk about rescue of over 500 ISPMB horses on Wild Horse & Burro Radio (Wed., 5/24/17)

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TS Radio: Voices Carry for Animals #138″ – How to push for “No Kill” Shelters

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On May 23rd, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #136” Save Nosey NOW! Barbara Lovett, Robin Vitulle, & Denise Gaug

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On May 9th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #135” Guest- Senator Raymond J. Lesniak

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #134” – STOPCRUSH.ORG- Founder & Co-Founder

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***TUNE IN TUESDAY*** On April 25th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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