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Featured Article: Medicine Hat Horses
Today we are acquainted with many beliefs that have come to us from our Native American stories and legends. Such is… the belief of the “Medicine Hat” horse.  The “Medicine Hat” horse is a horse whose body is mostly white with a colored patch or patches on the top of…
FOAL Supports Merit Energy Company’s Speece Cone Technology
Merit Energy Company is currently evaluating the feasibility of treating the Oregon Basin effluent using an innovative treatment (Speece Cone) technology.  Rather than pumping water back into the ground, it can be treated in a re-circulation loop to oxidize and remove sulfide, making this mineral-rich produced water available for agriculture,…
BLM Adoption Opportunity ~ Fifteenmile Mustangs from the Bighorn Basin
The opportunity to adopt a wild horse from the Fifteenmile Herd Management Area is just around the corner.  An adoption hosted by BLM Wyoming will be held May 2-3 at the Northwest College Agricultural Pavilion in Powell, WY. For more information and adoption / purchase qualifications, call the BLM at…
FOAL’s 7th Annual Mustang Rendezvous Save the Date!
Though it’s only spring, our board members are already planning our main fundraising activity, the Mustang Rendezvous, on Saturday, October 10, 2020 at the Boot and Bottle Club.  Come join us for dinner, entertainment, silent and live auctions!  FOAL’s mission is to “Keep the McCullough Peaks Mustangs Wild and Free”…
Congratulations Vicki and Phyllis!
Board Member Vicki Olson and FOAL Advisor Phyllis Preator each passed their darting / PZP training at the Science and Conservation Center in Billings, Montana on March 3-5. Since PZP (or ZonaStat-H) has been federally approved (EPA reg. no. 86833-1), certification through this course is required to either purchase and/or…
Welcome New Board Members, Hap & David!
Hap Ridgway was born and raised in Cody. He graduated from Cody High School and went on to Dartmouth College, followed by a two-year tour in the Army before completing a Masters in International Affairs at Columbia University. His parents purchased a homestead in Sunlight Valley and in 1957 started…