End Wild Horse Reproduction, Not Permitted Grazing?

The Campaign Against America’s Wild Horses continues to peddle its fertility control programs as the solution to wild horse mismanagement by the federal government, as noted in this report by The National Desk, a news service of Sinclair Broadcast Group.

The story has already been picked up by other news outlets.

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One thought on “End Wild Horse Reproduction, Not Permitted Grazing?

  1. Advocates that focus on the “cattle culture” divert attention from the necessary and imperative amendment that is critical to correct fatally flawed Resource management plans which have EXCLUDED the RESOURCE status of wild equids as a historic, cultural, native, American, special status species. This is a basic NEPA requisite. Also read this entire case covering a multitude of info (http://ftp.resource.org/courts.gov/c/F2/799/799.F2d.1423.82-1485.html Case Law Mountain States v. Hodel) ” In structure and purpose, the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act is nothing more than a land-use regulation enacted by Congress to ensure the survival of a particular species of wildlife. At the outset, it is important to note that wild horses and burros are no less “wild” animals than are the grizzly bears that roam our national parks and forests.

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