Cedar Mountain Release Set for Next Week

Fifty mares treated with GonaCon Equine will be returned to the HMA on November 14, along with twelve stallions, according to today’s news release.

The event will be open to public observation.

Smaller herd sizes and lower birth rates keep the resource scales tipped in favor of the public-lands ranchers for longer periods of time.

The advocates have unmatched expertise in that regard.

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