You might think from today’s episode of Mustang Monday that the horses found a place where they’re safe from the advocates, but stop the video at 4:27. What do you see?
There’s a war going on in those hills, led by the Campaign Against America’s Wild Horses and staffed by an army of kool-aid drinking volunteers.
All because some bureaucrat said there should be around 300 wild horses on the Virginia Range, ideally, and no more than 600.
The lower end of that range corresponds to a stocking rate of one wild horse per thousand acres, identical to the target rate for horses on public lands. Imagine that.