In 2019, more than 100 foals were born. Last year, only 16 were born and this year the ‘advocates’ hope for even better results, according to a story posted yesterday by FOX10 News of Phoenix.
The multi-dimensional program includes darting and feeding.
As usual, the effort focuses on the horses, not on the causes of their removal from their home range.
Contraceptives have short-term and long-term effects. Unlike the Covid vaccines, where some acute effects have been documented while the chronic effects are mostly unknown, the short-term and long-term effects of PZP are known but are usually glossed over or dismissed by the PZP zealots.
With this much human involvement, the Salt River horses are no longer wild, they are a carefully curated exhibit.
Go see them before they’re gone.
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UPDATE: Added video.