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Wheatland Off-Range Corral

The Wheatland Off-Range Corral is a privately owned, BLM contracted, more than 100-acre facility dedicated to the housing of between 500 and 3,500 wild horses and burros. It serves as a preparation center for wild horses and burros gathered from overpopulated herd management areas. Additionally, the facility can also serve as a rest stop location for wild horses being transported eastbound from western states. 

The facility hosts monthly adoption days throughout the year (starting as of June 2021). Please contact us for more information and upcoming adoption events.

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The facility contract was awarded in 2020 with the facility achieving an initial operating capability to begin receiving wild horses and burros on January 7, 2021. The facility was fully completed in 2021.

It is located at 1005 North Wheatland Highway, Wheatland, WY 82201


Contact Information

1005 North Wheatland Highway
Wheatland, Wyoming

Facility access and questions: (Not available at this time)
Adoption Information: 307-775-6162
Media information and access:

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Hours of Operation

The facility is a privately owned BLM contracted facility and is not open to the public except for adoption or other announced public events.


Adoption events are held once a month with the dates of all BLM announced adoptions found on the Adoption and Sale Events list