The 3,335 acres acquired by the Campaign Against America’s Wild Horses were placed into a trust, according to an article in the April edition of Horse Tales by the real estate agent and PZP darter involved in the transaction.
She did not indicate if she benefitted financially from the deal.
There are no remarks about base properties, permitted grazing and active AUMs.
Now, CAAWH is searching for ways to raise funds to purchase another 6,000 acres.
Only about half of the land originally identified for the Pine Nut horses has an AML, as explained by the author at the beginning of the column.
Resources in the other half have been assigned to livestock, the driver of the safe, proven and reversible fertility control program.
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