Kansas sheriff's office putting dozens of horses up for adoption

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A sheriff's office in northeast Kansas is putting dozens of horses up for adoption.

According to KTKA, Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse announced Sunday that they are looking for homes for 42 horses including mares, fillies and geldings. He said the Kansas Horse Education, Advocacy and Resource Team is helping them find good homes for the horses.

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