Agency scraps wild horse plan

By Pat Caldwell
Malheur Enterprise

BURNS – The Bureau of Land Management has scuttled its controversial experimental program to spay wild horses in Oregon.

The federal agency announced last Friday it would not move ahead with the project that was to begin at the agency’s wild horse facility near Hines.

The decision came after several conservation groups filed a lawsuit to stop the program.

“The Bureau . . .

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