Forest Service Moving Ahead with Devil’s Garden Sale

The legal battle continues over wild horses removed from the Modoc National Forest in October and November, 2018, according to a syndicated report that appeared today in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.  Animals aged ten years or more, currently held in a Forest Service corral, are subject to ‘sale without limitation’ next month, which means they could be shipped to slaughter.

The report stated that “Ranchers generally support these sales because of the horses’ economic impact on leased grazing land.”  It didn’t mention that the land was set aside for the horses.


RELATED: Group Attempts to Block Sale of Devil’s Garden Horses, Devil’s Garden Horses Get Short End of Stick, Livestock Grazing in California.

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