There are approximately 3,000 wild horses roaming an area that can only support 700, according to a story posted today by Nevada Current.
How did they come up with 700? With a stocking rate of roughly ten wild horses per thousand acres, the Virginia Range sticks out like a sore thumb compared to public lands managed for wild horses by the federal government.
It doesn’t fit the narrative. The people might even think the government is lying.
Therefore, we have to bring the number down. The involvement of a so-called advocacy group makes the project seem legitimate.
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