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Range Management Program

Who We Are

The Range Management Program (RMP) was created as a result of a Community Ordinance set forth in 1995 (SRO-187-95) which protects wild horses on the Community from sale and slaughter. It also requires range management to reduce and prevent overpopulation and ensure the general health of the herds. As stated in the Community Ordinance, the RMP is responsible for the management of the wild horse population. This includes daily feeding, cleaning of facility stalls, capturing injured or unhealthy animals, vaccinations, and identification of the latest herd management techniques.

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