Controversy stirs over selling wild horses
MOFFAT COUNTY, Colo. – A Colorado man is now under federal investigation after he sold hundreds of horses, and advocates fear the animals may have been slaughtered for food. The government is now making sweeping changes as a result.
FOX 31 Denver’s Jeremy Hubbard traveled to Sand Wash Basin, near Craig, Colo. to delve deeper into the controversy, and to speak with wild horse advocates Nancy Roberts and Carol Walker.
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