The latest move to control US wild horse populations involves rounding up and spaying mares before returning them to the wild.
The acting head of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management has said it will take $5 billion and 15 years to control the wild horse population in the western US.
The U.S. Forest Service has announced a roundup of 200 wild horses in a mountainous area northwest of Las Vegas is set to begin May 10, 2018.
The wild horse round up in the Ghost area of Alberta yielded 33 horses, according to reports. More than a dozen were auctioned off on Saturday February 23rd and the rest are in the care of rescuers. Danny Daines of the Innisfail Auction Market says that the horses sold, on average, for $500-$800 to farmers […]
The Alberta government has reported that the wild horse population in that province has declined since last year, by 10 per cent. Following the 2013/2014 capture season, in which 15 wild or feral horses were rounded up, the Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development says a recent count turned up approximately 880 head compared to […]