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Adoption Stories

The BLM has placed more than 230,000 wild horses and burros into private ownership since 1971.  Adopting a wild horse or burro can be challenging and rewarding, as reflected in the following stories offered by adopters. 

 

Newsletters

PDF versions of the printed newsletter for the Wild Horse and Burro Program are listed below.

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2010

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2009

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2008

Spring

2007

Summer

2006

Spring

2005

Winter

2002

Fall/Winter | Spring/Summer

2001

Winter

2000

Fall

 

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The BLM's newsletter is no longer being printed, but you can find more adopters' stories on the Wild Horse and Burro Program's Facebook page.


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