You Don’t Have a Horse Problem You Have a Ranching Problem

The 50,000 wild horses in off-range holding could be returned to the range by ending permitted grazing on just a few dozen HMAs.

That’s about one fifth of the HMAs and WHTs combined.

If the pattern holds in other wild horse areas, the total number of horses cheated out of a spot on their home range by privately owned livestock is well north of 200,000.

As bad as that is, the advocates want to get rid of even more with their ruinous darting programs.  Why are you still giving them money?

RELATED: Example of Downstream Focus, Confusing Cause and Effect.

Mid Year Status Report 06-09-21

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