RENO, Nev. — Wild horse advocates are up in arms over new plans announced by federal land managers to conduct emergency roundups of nearly 2,000 more mustangs from the range in Nevada at a time when government holding pens are already overflowing.
Wild horse roundup plans in Nevada criticized
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