The round up of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses began on Thursday. As of tonight, 35 of the herd has been rounded up and 17 have already been returned to the range. The remaining 18 are being “processed”, which includes gathering hair samples for DNA testing and providing contraception to several of the mares. Five of the horses are slated for adoption. The Bureau of Land Management offers wild horses for adoption for a $125 fee (for an additional $25 you can get a second horse).
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