A survey of 450 horses last month found slightly more than half with body condition scores of four or more, according to an article posted this morning by The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel.
The remaining horses were graded three or less, indicating suboptimal health.
Holy cow, half of the animals were below average? Who could have predicted that?
Would they have a better chance of survival on the range or in the off-range corrals?
How many more horses could stay in the HMA if the ranchers were confined to their base properties?
Is Colorado a fence-out state?
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