Update from North Dakota Badlands Horse
Because helicopter round-ups are expensive and dangerous to horses, wildlife and people; low-stress techniques will be used to humanely remove any excess horses.
Removal of horses can now be planned to offset population growth, if needed, and will minimize the number of horses leaving the population at any one time.
The removed horses will be directly transferred to the NDBH instead of going to a sale barn and being vulnerable to kill buyers…thus slaughter.
The success of this endeavor depends on many aspects; one being that individuals step up and purchase these deserving horses as they become available.
There are numerous success stories about these horses and what they are capable of in good, respectful homes.
We encourage anyone that is interested in owning one of these horses to private message us at “North Dakota Badlands Horse” and we will add your name to the list.
There will be more information that we look forward to sharing with you.
As you know America’s wild horses are worthy, remarkable and deserving!