Spanish Q Ranch
BUTTE — A recent report by the National Research Council says the U.S. Bureau of Land Management is doing a poor job managing its Wild Horse and Burro Program.
Mustang geldings run on the Spanish Q Ranch near Ennis on June 14. The horses are part of a herd of 710 wild horses that were relocated to the ranch earlier this year as part of the BLM’s Wild Horse and Burro Program.
ENNIS — Good fences make good neighbors. — At least that’s what Greg and Karen Rice hope.
Mustang geldings run on the Spanish Q Ranch near Ennis on Friday. The horses are part of a herd of 710 wild horses that were relocated to the ranch earlier this year as part of the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Program. The Spanish Q is the BLM’s first long-term holding fa…
BUTTE — The ranch owner who manages the only long-term holding facility for wild horses in Montana breathed a sigh a relief when a Senate bill that would have required the state to develop a management plan for the horses died in committee on Tuesday.
BUTTE - In an effort to relieve tension, Bureau and Land Management officials met with a neighboring landowner to the Spanish Q Ranch outside of Ennis, where the transfer of 700 wild horses has recently begun.
BUTTE - Approximately 225 wild horses have arrived on schedule at Spanish Q Ranch, near Ennis.
BUTTE — The Bureau of Land Management is proceeding with a plan to move 700 wild horses to the Spanish Q Ranch northwest of Ennis, with the first truckloads of horses due to arrive as early as next week — despite the fact that pending appeals have yet to be ruled on by the Interior Board of …
DILLON - The Bureau of Land Management says a plan to move 805 wild horses to a private ranch in southwest Montana has been put on hold.
BOZEMAN - The Bureau of Land Management said Monday it is moving forward with a plan to place up to 805 wild horses on the 16,000-acre Spanish Q Ranch in Madison County by February.
BOZEMAN - Some landowners in the Madison Valley are expressing concerns about the Bureau of Land Management's plan to put as many as 1,500 wild horses on a ranch near Ennis.
BOZEMAN - The Bureau of Land Management is looking into the possibility of bringing up to 1,500 wild horses to a pasture on the Spanish Q Ranch near Ennis in southwestern Montana.