As usual, the advocates want darting programs, not helicopter roundups, according to a story in today’s edition of Deseret News.
Livestock grazing should be limited to protect the ecosystem, not to shift the resources back to the horses.
The next roundup is set for July per the latest schedule.
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We need livestock off public lands. The damage cattle and sheep continue to wreak on our public lands has been proven in multiple studies. The science proves that wild horses and burros do not damage the environment. Stop the darting program as well.