If ownership of the Virginia Range horses passes from the Nevada Department of Agriculture to a privately owned animal advocacy group, as proposed by the Board of Agriculture on 12/12/17, you will have animals belonging to one party grazing on land owned by another.
Can private party A (who owns horses) compel private party B (who owns land) to accept A’s horses for grazing?
If A can place his property on B’s land without B’s consent, could A also place cattle and sheep on B’s land? Equipment and supplies?
How will the concept of fence out / open range work in this environment?
See NRS 568.300. The horses will be considered livestock when placed into the hands of the advocacy group.