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The wild horse: Feral pest or living history?

March 16, 1987

The number of horses on the range doubles roughly every seven years, creating conflict between ranchers, land managers and those who see the animals as a last remnant of the Wild West.

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The continuing saga of the West's wild horse
The number of horses on the range doubles roughly every seven years, creating conflict between ranchers, land managers and those who see the animals as a last remnant of the Wild West.

News

BuRec wants to kill dozens of projects
The Reagan administration's proposed 1988 budget for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation means major changes for water projects in the West.
Navajo leader MacDonald shuts reservation's newspaper
Six weeks after he said, "I have returned to serve my people," Navajo Tribal Chairman Peter MacDonald shocked many by closing down a newspaper.
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