Refer to this letter in the Desert Independent, posted 06/15/19. It’s just one example.
Whenever you see a plea for ‘on-range management’ of wild horses (sometimes posited as ‘humane management’), run.
These organizations offer no meaningful resistance to the ranching juggernaut.
Instead, they argue about methods and timing: The range-fed beef producers want the horses gone now, by any means necessary, while the so-called advocates want their numbers to decline gradually, through application of contraceptives.
Consider the situation at Twin Peaks HMA, where the horses get the short end of the AUM stick. Why aren’t they pushing back against the public-lands ranchers?
Might be a good idea to check their donor list before giving them money.