Trailcam photos of some Virginia Range mustangs, at a time of year when they tend to be thin. Is this what you’d expect to see for a herd that’s overpopulated?
At a stocking rate of approximately ten wild horses per thousand acres, you’d have to search one square mile to see six or seven of them. Maybe.
And that’s ten times higher than your typical HMA.
Some ‘advocacy’ groups push contraceptives not because they care about the horses, but because they’re frauds.