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Cattle without grazing permit impounded on Hopi


KYKOTSMOVI, Ariz. - More than 90 head of cattle were impounded on Hopi June 7 after a family was cited for letting cattle graze without a permit, according to the Hopi Tribe.

The Hopi Tribe's Resource Enforcement Services (HRES) and the Hopi Office of Range Management (ORM) from Hopi Range Unit No. 262 impounded the cattle. The tribe has the authority to impound livestock without permits and to protect and preserve Hopi lands. Hopi Tribal Ordinance states that the provision "protects private and public property on Hopi lands from livestock in fields or causing damage or have caused damage on reservation lands."


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