A guest column dated 05/02/19 in Drovers, a publication for the beef industry, says the plan should be rejected for several reasons, and any path going forward should have contraception as its centerpiece.
How exactly does that qualify as opposition? It doesn’t. It’s resignation to the ranching agenda, acceptance of the overpopulation narrative.
The proposal will reduce wild horse and burro numbers by 70% on lands set aside for the horses and burros, so they can be replaced by privately owned cattle and sheep.
It’s absurd, but nobody wants to talk about it. What are they afraid of?