Wild horse problem

Albuquerque, NM (KKOB) — The New Mexico State Land Office is evaluating a wild horse concern near Alamo on a state land property known as the Berry Ranch. Neighbors to the ranch estimate that up to one thousand wild horses live on the unmaintained ranch, which has limited access to water and food. Over the years, the horses have been known to damage fencing, eat food meant for cattle, and even steal other horses. According to Joey Keefe from the New Mexico State Land Office communications department, on May 8th, they sent staff in their service division to assess the situation. Adding, the issue of wild horses in New Mexico is throughout and is a really big issue. Adding, to be honest there haven’t been great solutions yet.