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Wild horse advocate says BLM round-up facility is failing horses Special

Reno - Advocate Monika Courtney is tackling a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) holding facility in Reno, NV., over its lack of shelter and basic care for rounded-up wild horses. Digital Journal spoke with Courtney and BLM's Debbie Collins on the convoluted issue.
 

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Courtney: Horses can be held for a long time at the facility without shelter or access to enrichment...
Courtney: Horses can be held for a long time at the facility without shelter or access to enrichment or even salt blocks.
Monika Courtney
Entrance to the BLM adoption facility in Reno  NV
Entrance to the BLM adoption facility in Reno, NV,
Monika Courtney
Courtney: Shade/roof for hay  not for sweltering confined animals in open pens. Was there a workshop...
Courtney: Shade/roof for hay, not for sweltering confined animals in open pens. Was there a workshop for this roof?
Monika Courtney
Courtney: A foal laying in hay instead of on the boiling ground.
Courtney: A foal laying in hay instead of on the boiling ground.
Monika Courtney
In the wild Courtney says  burros and horses seek shade from the heat in brush.
In the wild Courtney says, burros and horses seek shade from the heat in brush.
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