Her main concern is the use of helicopters, according to a story by KKCO News of Grand Junction. It could be an “absolute bloodbath.” “There are other ways to do this.”
Why would you want to get rid of the horses? Because some bureaucrat, who refuses to tell you the truth about current policies and practices, said they’re overpopulated and have devastated the range?
The herd has grown and the horses are trying to reclaim some of their food from the public-lands ranchers, in defiance of the land-use plan.
The HMA was set aside for wild horses but it’s now managed primarily for livestock.
That’s what needs to change.
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