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The U.S. Forest Service captured 40 more wild horses at The Devil’s Garden Horse Territory on Thursday in a fourth day of helicopter trapping. The Forest Service plans to remove about 200 wild horses from the territory, which is located in northeastern California. As of Thursday, ... Read More
September 29, 2016AnnieFannie
The U.S. Forest Service rounded up 61 wild horses at The Devil’s Garden Horse Territory on Wednesday in a third day of helicopter trapping. The Forest Service plans to capture about 200 wild horses from the territory, which is located in northeastern California. ... Read More
September 28, 2016AnnieFannie
As published by Ruidoso News The Alto "wild" horse herd was delivered quietly back to Lincoln County Tuesday, ending a month’s battle between herd advocates and officials with the New Mexico Livestock Board. The return of the horses to pens prepared on land owned by Shelley McAlister was arranged Monday, but ... Read More
September 27, 2016AnnieFannie
Another 48 wild horses were captured on the second day of a helicopter roundup on The Devil’s Garden Wild Horse Territory in northeastern California. The U.S. Forest Service plans to capture about 200 wild horses there. Forty-five were rounded up on Monday. Those captured on ... Read More
September 27, 2016AnnieFannie
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Forty-five wild horses were captured during the first day of a roundup on The Devil's Garden Wild Horse Territory in northeastern California. The U.S. Forest Service plans to round up 200 horses. On Monday, the roundup began on Pit River tribal land. Because of this, ... Read More
September 26, 2016AnnieFannie
  As published by Craig Daily Press Wild horses from the Sand Wash Herd Management Area, about 40 miles west of Craig, will be gathered beginning Oct. 21 by the Bureau of Land Management. A bait-trap will be used to collect about 200 horses in order to administer fertility control treatments ... Read More
September 25, 2016AnnieFannie