Wild horses would be moved from areas where they’re not wanted (by public-lands ranchers) to remote wilderness areas not particularly suited to livestock grazing.
The plan was developed by a rancher.
How would it be put into practice?
They would be forced from their lawful home by helicopters, crammed into trailers and hauled to places nobody can access, where they would devour forage that propagates wildfires, supposedly.
How does that differ from what you see today at Piceance, Triple B and Twin Peaks?
The means by which they’d stop lightning, smokers and arsonists is a detail that hasn’t been worked out.
Boosting their appetite for conifers is another problem but they’re working on it.
Once the horses are gone, the ranchers will be able to enjoy everything their allotments have to offer, a goal they almost achieved in the “fast disappearing” days before the WHB Act.