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Wild Horse Gathering by BLM in September

  Wild Horse Gathering by BLM in September

Bureau of Land Management to conduct wild horse gather in Carbon County in September   PRICE, Utah – The Bureau of

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Impact of the Horse, Two Worlds One Event

  Impact of the Horse, Two Worlds One Event

There are few horses more expressive, sensitive and hardy than America’s wild-born mustangs.  To promote awareness and education on the

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Bring Home Your Own Wild Horse or Burro

  Bring Home Your Own Wild Horse or Burro

BLM announcing another wild horse and burro adoption event, this one in Delta, Utah at the Delta Wild Horse and

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Horse Overpopulation Update

  Horse Overpopulation Update

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – The Bureau of Land Management’s National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board will meet Oct. 18-19

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Horse Population Solution?

  Horse Population Solution?

A top Interior Department official is recommending that wild horses and burros on Utah public lands be euthanized to curb

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Could a “Horse Hunt” be the Solution the Navajo Nation is Looking For?

  Could a “Horse Hunt” be the Solution the Navajo Nation is Looking For?

The wild horse population on the Navajo Nation is booming. About 48,000 gallop across the reservation according to the tribe’s

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Massive Wild Horse Roundup Begins in Utah

  Massive Wild Horse Roundup Begins in Utah

The Bureau of Land Management has begun rounding up 1,500 wild horses in southern Utah, the most in years. Helicopter-assisted

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BLM to Begin Wild Horse Gather in Southern Utah

  BLM to Begin Wild Horse Gather in Southern Utah

The Bureau of Land Management-Utah Cedar City Field Office will begin a wild horse gather within the Bible Spring Complex

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Wild Horses and Burros Challenge BLM

  Wild Horses and Burros Challenge BLM

Wild horses and burros are presenting a challenge for the BLM (Bureau of Land Management), as they have no predators

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