Herds of wild horses roam more than 60,000 acres in the Flint Hills. For
the past 10 years, the horses have been brought to Kansas by the Bureau
of Land Management to run on privately owned pastures. Ranchers contract
with the BLM to run the horses. The horses are then allowed to live out
the rest of their lives on the prairie.
Herds of wild horses roam more than 60,000 acres in the Flint Hills. For the past 10 years, the horses have been brought to Kansas by the Bureau of Land Management to run on privately owned pastures. Ranchers contract with the BLM to run the horses. The horses are then allowed to live out the rest of their lives on the prairie. The Wichita Eagle
Herds of wild horses roam more than 60,000 acres in the Flint Hills. For the past 10 years, the horses have been brought to Kansas by the Bureau of Land Management to run on privately owned pastures. Ranchers contract with the BLM to run the horses. The horses are then allowed to live out the rest of their lives on the prairie. The Wichita Eagle

Wild horses again find a home on the range

March 13, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 05, 2014 02:19 PM

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