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 Adopt a Living Legend

Studs Running at Litchfield Corral

Opportunities to adopt wild horses or burros, gathered from America's rangelands, are available by appointment at BLM´s Litchfield Corral Facility, 20 miles east of Susanville, CA (530)254-6762 and Ridgecrest Corral Facility (800) 951-8720.  Adoption by appointment is also available at BLM´s National Wild Horse and Burro Center at Palomino Valley, NV (755) 475-2222 located 20 miles northeast of the Reno-Sparks area on the Pyramid Lake Highway (Route 445).

 Upcoming Scheduled Adoptions

 If you are interested in sharing your heart and home
with a wild horse or burro, contact:

blm logoLink to Wild Horse and Burro WebsiteUKIAH FIELD OFFICE
2550 N. State St.
Ukiah, CA 95482-3023
(707) 468-4000

email: Ukiah Field Office Wild Horse and Burro Coordinator

toll free (800-545-4256)     website - http://www.wildhorseandburro.blm.gov 

 

(Wild horses require a 6 ft. high plank or pipe corral with 400 square feet of living space with a 3 sided shelter.)


 

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Upcoming Scheduled Adoptions