Nev. mustangs saved from slaughter at sale

Wild horse protection advocates say they have successfully saved dozens of free-roaming horses in Nevada from the slaughterhouse by purchasing them for several thousand dollars at a state auction in Fallon.

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Paladin - 1/10/2013 5:05 PM
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Well that's the way it should work. The state did its job in rounding up the horses and protecting the public. And if the horsey folks wanted them protected, they had to "pony up" as they say and buy them at an open auction. That's the free market. Now if the buyers would just release the horses back into the wild, then the state could round them up and sell them again. That could be a great revolving revenue generator for the state.
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