A 45-day comment period began yesterday, according to a report by the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, to help county commissioners make a decision regarding a proposed wild horse adoption facility near Burns.
Personnel from Equine Elite, the company pitching the project, didn’t like the answer given by residents, so they asked the county to change the rules, silencing those voices.
An interesting and valuable follow-up to the story would be to find out what’s driving it.
Why was ‘No’ an unacceptable answer? Who benefits as more and more wild horses come off the range?