Homeowners in Pahrump, NV, are tired of cleaning up the mess from wild horses and burros. See the report published yesterday in the Pahrump Valley Times.
They’re looking for water and have found it near lawns and gardens. See this post for another example on the Virginia Range.
Just a friendly reminder that if you’re buying property in Nevada and don’t want to have this problem, put some money in the budget for a fence, especially if you’re moving to an area surrounded by HMAs and WHTs.
Another option is to buy acreage in a rural area and let the poop fall where it may.