There are four million permitted cattle and sheep on public lands in the western U.S., according to the writer of a letter to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, compared to 81,000 wild horses, but the horses need to be managed with PZP.
After all, it’s been used for 30 years.
Where? Assateague Island. Many wild horse ‘advocates’ point to the area as a paragon of wild horse management but the results have been disastrous.