Beatys Butte Roundup Starts This Week?

The start date was supposed to be August 1, according to the latest schedule, but a report by the Lake County Examiner says it starts tomorrow.

The goal is 100 horses gathered with 50 removed.  The current population is 261.

The story did not indicate if an excess of studs would be returned to the HMA to skew the sex ratio or if the mares would be treated with contraceptives.

The operation will be carried out with bait and water traps and will not be open to public observation.

The HMA covers about 434,000 acres in southern Oregon and has an AML of 250.

Beatys Butte HMA Map 07-06-21

The HMA lies within the Beaty Butte allotment and is managed primarily for livestock.

Captured animals will be taken to the off-range corrals in Hines.

Gather stats and daily reports will be posted to this page.

As of today, an announcement has not appeared on the BLM news site.

RELATED: Beatys Butte Wild Horses Get Short End of Stick.

3 thoughts on “Beatys Butte Roundup Starts This Week?

  1. Stop this madness.
    We dont have to est mote biff
    Think of climate and heöt,science telling who’s the risk of more livestocking and beefeater all the time

  2. More racketeering compliments of BLM Horse Thief Cartels!!! God knows you fools love BLOODY money!!! North American continent is a wasteland because BLM are incompetent parasites!!

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