Fire prompts government roundup of wild horses in Idaho

09/3/2010 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management conducted a roundup of wild horses in southern Idaho after a wildfire reportedly burned most of the herd's management area last week. About 200 horses will be relocated to Boise primarily to provide the horses with food and water and to have them checked by a veterinarian for any respiratory issues, a BLM spokeswoman said.

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