Funny Farm


To own, train and be a part of a mustang’s family is an experience only very few ever experience!

Make History... Adopt a Living Legend


Learn about the history of these beautiful, majestic creatures


Find out what you can do to support these magnificent creatures


Lean more about Mustangs and Burros in our history, and why they are crucial today


What Funny Farm Mustangs do to prepare Mustangs and Burros for adoption
  • Adopted animal must remain in the United States until titled. (Eligibility occurs on its one year anniversary.)
  • Applicant has no convictions of inhumane treatment of animals or violation of the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act.
  • Applicant must provide a facility with access to feed, water and shelter. NOTE: Facility refers to enclosed area such as corral, barn, stall, etc. Approval is not based on pasture fence height, but the height of the enclosed area.
  • Applicant must provide a stock or horse trailer with a rear swing gate and covered top. Provided the dividers are removed or folded back, slant trailers are acceptable. Drop-ramps are acceptable if there is an additional back gate to the trailer.
  • Two-horse trailers approved on case-by-case basis. No one-horse trailers approved.
  • Applicant must be at least 18 years old.
  • Shelter requirements detailed on page 14.

Fun For Kids

Downloadable books with activities, history, humor & much more! Learn how gentle, intelligent, helpful, and funny these beautiful creatures are and have fun doing it.
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To gentle American Mustangs currently gathered in BLM holding corrals and facilities, in preparation for adoption to deserving individuals and families.

Public Service

To place American Mustangs into public service based on their capabilities and characteristics.


To provide an educational outreach platform to students, organizations and the general public, on the nature, history, characteristics and adaptability of American Mustangs.

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