(Salt Lake City Tribune) Cattle seized from public land in Nevada were once headed to Richfield for auction — but federal officials have changed their plans after Utah leaders argued the animals would threaten the state’s $1 billion livestock industry.
And any showdown over the controversial roundup should remain in Nevada, according to an April 2 letter Utah Gov. Gary Herbert sent to Acting Bureau of Land Management Director Neil Kornze.
"We don't have a dog in this fight, and that’s why we want them to stay in Nevada," said Washington County Commissioner Alan Gardner.
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