Fact Finders To Assess BLM Wild Horse And Burro Program

Pat Shae, Director of the Bureau of Land Management, announced he has asked three independent fact finders to analyze specific issues related to the BLM’s wild horse and burro program. The fact finders include an accountant, a veterinarian, and

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Pat Shae, Director of the Bureau of Land Management, announced he has asked three independent fact finders to analyze specific issues related to the BLM’s wild horse and burro program. The fact finders include an accountant, a veterinarian, and a newspaper editor; all three are volunteering their time and will not receive compensation.


“My goal is to strengthen the program by first having a thorough and sound analysis of various aspects of the program. I am delighted that the fact finders have agreed to help the BLM and I am grateful for their assistance,” said Shae.


The fact finders include:


• Stuart Finley, a certified public accountant with the firm of Ripley Dorn and Company of Nampa, Idaho. He will be reviewing the BLM’s methods and procedures used to inventory wild horse and burro populations on BLM-managed lands; the administration of BLM’s wild horse and burro adoption program; the BLM’s record-keeping procedures related to transferring title of wild horses and burros to private owners; and the agency’s methods for auditing adopters’ compliance with laws related to wild horses and burros

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Tim Brockhoff was Staff Writer of The Horse:Your Guide to Equine Health Care from 1995 to 1999. His degree is in Agricultural Communications from the University of Kentucky, and his equine experience is with American Saddlebreds.

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