By Nancy Bailey, Inquisitr
March 22, 2016
Wild horses and burros will be up for grabs this year through an adoption program hosted by the Bureau of Land Management. Their next stop is April 1 and 2 in Ewing, Illinois. According to the Mt. Vernon Register News, that group will consist of about 40 wild horses available for adoption, ranging in age from one year to 5-years-old. Potential buyers will fill out an application and submit it to the BLM officials during the Friday preview hours. The horses are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Adoption fees are nominal: Only $125 for a horse less than three years of age and $25 for an older one.