DISHPAN BUTTE HMA (WY)
This HMA is located in southeast Fremont County. They encompass about 375,000 acres of land of which about 90% are BLM-administered public lands. Topography of the area includes high ridges and steep terrain with grand vistas. Elevations in the HMAs range from 5,300 to 7,200 feet. The area receives 5 to 12 inches of precipitation a year, depending on the elevation, most of it in the form of snow.
The AML for this HMA is 320 horses. A full range of colors is present. Most horses are solid in color. The horses range from 11 to 15 hands and 750-1000 pounds mature weight. Health is good with few apparent problems. Domestic cattle and sheep utilize the area during spring, summer, and fall. Vegetation is dominated by various sage and grass species. Elk, deer, and antelope also inhabit this area.