The link pointed to a copy of the story in the Houston Chronicle.
The government spends $57 million per year to warehouse 52,000 wild horses and burros, according to a recent news release, so it can collect an estimated $850,000 in grazing fees from the ranchers to whom their food is sold.
Revenue = 52,000 horses × 12 AUMs per horse per year × $1.35 per AUM
With taxpayers making up the difference, the grazing program is a fine example of redistribution of wealth. That’s what Protect the Harvest is trying to protect.