Episode 112- Wild Horses   addthis
Today, managing that wild horse and burro population is done by the United States Bureau of Land Management. The BLM program is not without controversy since some people question how the animals are rounded up, to whom they can be sold, even the very count of how many horses and burros are actually left in the wild. The only agreement on both sides seems to be that finding adoptive homes for them can be a positive part of the solution.



Want to know more?
To find out more about adopting a wild horse or burro, go to www.blm.gov and scroll down the home page to the information about the wild horse program. There’s even a way to adopt an animal over the internet and the BLM site can help.

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Nebraska Farm Bureau
Nebraska Department of Agriculture

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