You have to weave between Amish buggies on the gravel road that leads to the Davis County Fairgrounds.
There, this weekend, corrals are holding more than 30 burros and wild horses.
Most of the animals quietly munch on hay. They pay little attention to the families and kids coming up to stalls.
Dave Berg is a specialist for the Bureau of Land Management, or BLM.
“If they have good food and clean water, they’re happy campers," he says. "And out in the wild, they do not have good food and clean water that readily available.”