A guest column about wild horses published this morning by The Durango Herald concludes with this question: “And what about those ranch families whose income depends on cattle and sheep that have less and less to eat?”
What about them? Nobody’s trying to put them out of business.
Confine them to their base properties and let them pay market rates to feed their animals, like everybody else. No more gravy train.
Manage wild horse areas principally for wild horses, not privately owned cattle and sheep, as specified in the statute.