What’s Happening to Wild Horses and Burros in Utah?

The same thing as in other western states: Most of the resources have been fenced off and sold to public-lands ranchers, so, of course, they’re going to venture out of their habitats and into roads and private properties in search of food and water.

It’s not overpopulation, as the writer of this story for KTVX News of Salt Lake City would have you believe.

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