Wild horses roamed the Hughes Ranch land in Bartlesville, Okla., last month. The U.S. government has struggled to limit wild horse populations since Congress passed a law in 1971 protecting the animals on public land in 10 Western states.
Wild horses roamed the Hughes Ranch land in Bartlesville, Okla., last month. The U.S. government has struggled to limit wild horse populations since Congress passed a law in 1971 protecting the animals on public land in 10 Western states. Hillary Swift The New York Times
Wild horses roamed the Hughes Ranch land in Bartlesville, Okla., last month. The U.S. government has struggled to limit wild horse populations since Congress passed a law in 1971 protecting the animals on public land in 10 Western states. Hillary Swift The New York Times

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