Home Information Roundup Photos Testimonials About CLR



Wild horse roundups Wild horse roundups are necessary to maintain healthy herds of wild horses and burros out on the range.  Herd numbers must be regulated by the U. S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) so that each animal on the range has plenty of food and water.  BLM managed lands are multiple use - this means livestock, wild horse, burro, and wildlife numbers must be managed to help assure food and water for everything and to minimize impact on the environment.
Our business at Cattoor Livestock Roundup Company is to help capture, process, and transport wild horses, burros, and wild cattle in the most humane way possible.
We have been contracting wild horse roundups for the Bureau of Land Management (and other agencies) since 1975.  We have humanely captured over 150,000 wild horses, wild burros, and wild cattle during these years.
Over the years, we have purchased and built equipment, developed techniques, and learned the best methods to assure the safety of the animals.  We employ experienced helicopter pilots and wranglers that really care about the animals.  All of this minimizes the stress on the animals during wild horse roundups. 
At this time, several wild horse interest groups are trying to get helicopter wild horse roundups stopped.  The purpose of this web site is to have the full facts about the purpose and the practice of roundups available for anyone who reads them.  We do work with wild animals.  When we do wild horse roundups injuries can occur.  But, the injuries are minimal and usually not life threatening and our death loss is less than .01%.  When you balance that with natural death loss on the open range and the possible loss of life caused by drought, disease, and overcrowding of the range, you will be able to judge for yourself the necessity and humanity of these roundups.

Many myths in wild horse management debate, by BLM Director Bob Abbey

Please continue to our Wild Horse Information Page to see questions and answers about wild horse roundups.  If you have a question, please send it to us.  If it is of general interest, it will be added to this page.

Below are links to videos of two recent wildhorse roundups by Cattoor Livestock showing the methods and care that we use.

YouTube Video #1 of a recent Cattoor Wild Horse Gather

Cattoor Gather Video #2

We invite you to contact us, ask questions, and get the facts. 

Retraction letter from Maureen Harmonay

"I hereby retract all of the statements contained in the Articles that accuse the Cattoors or Cattoor Livestock Roundup of cruel and improper treatment of horses during BLM roundups. I sincerely regret and apologize to the Cattoors and Cattoor Livestock Roundup for any harm caused by the inclusion of such statements in the Articles."
Read more:  Retraction of statements concerning Cattoor Livestock Roundup - National Equine Advocacy | Examiner.com

Home Information Roundup Photos Testimonials About CLR
Cattoor Livestock Roundup, Inc.
Dave and Sue Cattoor
Troy and Sandy Cattoor
PO Box 289
Nephi, Utah 84648

e-mail: clr@wildhorseroundups.com

Copyright 2007-2013 Cattoor Livestock Roundup, Inc. - All rights reserved.

Web site by Lee Raine