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AG INFORMATION NEWORK:  Series on ‘Wild Horse Fire Brigade’

William Simpson’s work with the wild horses in the ‘wild Horse Fire Brigade’ is gaining some real national attention. The cost effective use of wild horse to reduce fuel loads and help manage nature in a natural way.

The Ag Information Network of the US transmits on over 175 Affiliate Radio Stations. For the past 40 years it has brought Agribusiness News to Farmers and Ranchers. The Network has 17 Daily Radio Programs with 9 Professional News Personalities.

Ag Information Network series on Wild Horse Fire Brigade:

1.     https://www.aginfo.net/report/47920/Line-on-Agriculture/Wild-Horses

2.     https://www.aginfo.net/report/48249/Sportsman-s-Spotlight/Balance-of-Nature

3.     https://www.aginfo.net/report/50989/Idaho-Ag-Today/Argument-for-Wild-Horse-Relo

4.     https://www.aginfo.net/report/49409/Idaho-Ag-Today/Wild-horses-and-water

5.     https://www.aginfo.net/report/50384/Line-on-Agriculture/Wild-Horses-and-Wildfire

6.     https://www.aginfo.net/report/51505/Idaho-Ag-Today/Wildhorse-Fire-Brigade

7.     https://www.aginfo.net/report/48536/Line-on-Agriculture/Difference-between-domestic-and-wild-horses

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