Sand Wash Basin Can Support More Wild Horses?

The current herd, consisting of 800 to 900 horses, looks healthy, according to a report posted yesterday by 9News of Denver.

So why are they going to be removed in an emergency roundup?

All together now: Because most of the resources have been assigned to privately owned livestock.  It’s not about saving the horses, it’s about protecting the ranchers, an obsession of the federal government.

Most of the horses won’t be adopted.  By the end of the year, the system will be flooded with ‘excess’ animals, whose fate we’ll never know.

RELATED: Management Priorities at Sand Wash Basin HMA.

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