With vaccines, according to the executive director of the Campaign Against America’s Wild Horses in a story posted today by The Daily Sentinel of Grand Junction, CO.
It’s not clear if she meant vaccines that prevent illness or vaccines that prevent life.
She and her supporters are much more interested in the latter than the former.
The 131 horses lost to date at Cañon City are all in a day’s work on the Virginia Range, where her foot soldiers deny life to perhaps five times that many every year with the Montana Solution.
The herd shrinks as the older ones die off, all part of a broader plan to take market share from Cattoor, Sun J and Uhalde while affording the same level of protection to the public-lands ranchers.
The deaths could have been avoided by leaving the horses on their home range, which is managed principally for livestock.
Why didn’t she mention that?