Wild horse transplant



The same day our story on wild horses hit the stands, the Los Angeles Times reports that the government has a new plan for wild horses. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar proposes that wild horses in the West be moved to preserves in the Midwest and East.


According to the article, the Bureau of Land Management says the seven preserves—two federally owned and five privately owned—can support 26,600 wild horses and burros of the 37,000 that are currently roaming the range. No news of where the preserves are located exactly or when the proposed transplant would happen.

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