BLM has first mustang and burro adoption in over a year


The privately owned, BLM-contracted Wheatland corral encompasses 200 acres and is designed to hold up to 3,500 animals. Currently, the corral holds approximately 2,850 wild horses and burros. The first live adoption was completed April 28 and more adoptions are forthcoming. People are seen viewing the horses in the outer coral. BLM2 Wild mustangs were not the only animals harvested from western Wyoming. Wild burros were also harvested and available for adoption.

BLM adoptions back to Wheatland

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