BLM Seeks Pasture Facilities to Care for Wild Horses

As part of its responsibility to manage and protect wild horses and burros, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is soliciting bids for new publicly accessible pasture facilities located in the continental United States that provide a free-roaming environment.

The solicitation is for one or more long-term pasture facilities accommodating 400 to 2,000 wild horses. Each pasture facility must be able to provide humane care for a one-year period, with a renewal option under BLM contract for nine one-year extensions. The BLM could require one or two public and/or media tours hosted by BLM staff and the contractor during the life of the contract.

The solicitation is open until April 10 and is 100% set aside for small businesses under the North American Industry Classification System.

The BLM's bidding requirements are posted in solicitation L12PS00118, the details of which are available at www.fedconnect.net. To obtain the solicitation:

  • Click on "Search Public Opportunities";
  • Under Search Criteria, select "Reference Number";
  • Enter the solicitation number (L12PS00118); and
  • Click "Search" and the solicitation information will appear.

The solicitation form describes what to information submit and where to send it. Applicants must be registered at www.ccr.gov to be considered for a contract award.

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