Extrapolation is a bad idea in regression analysis and it’s not appropriate in the wild horse world either.
But a guest column appearing this morning in AZCentral does just that: The “stunning results” of a program in one area justify its replication nationwide.
At least the writer is honest: PZP prevents wild horses, it does not protect them.
That most of the resources have been diverted to privately owned livestock—on lands set aside for the horses—is apparently of no concern.
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