Oklahoma groups join forces to address horse-abandonment crisis

01/23/2012 | Tulsa World (Okla.)

The Oklahoma Livestock Relief Coalition, a consortium of some 12 agriculture and veterinary organizations, was recently formed to help sheriffs' departments handle the sharp increase in starving and neglected horses in the state. Drought has afflicted Oklahoma since 2010, resulting in large numbers of horses, and even some goats and sheep, being abandoned or neglected.

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