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JOHN DAY — Federal land managers have announced a plan to reduce a wild horse herd in Grant County from more than 500 animals to fewer than 200 and are seeking public comment.

Prepared by officials with the Malheur National Forest and the Bureau of Land Management, the plan lays out several alternative approaches for the Murderers Creek Wild Horse Joint Management Area.

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