The daily reports ended July 6, with 148 wild horses removed from their home range.
No deaths were reported.
The number of horses removed was about 18% higher than originally planned.
The number of foals captured on July 3 was not given. If you deduct that day’s results from the total, foals represented about 22% of the horses captured.
Body condition scores were threes and fours, not what you’d expect for an area that’s overpopulated.
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