The discussion in this 19-minute audio segment goes off the rails in the second half when the advocate rambles on about drought, mineral extraction and climate change.
Instead of building on the dialogue of the first half, which focused on the way public lands are managed, she’s worried about saving the planet.
This is why our horses are in trouble. Those who claim to be their voice are detached from reality and unmoored from the truth. Men can be women and water flows uphill.
The data above, from the Warm Springs HMA in Oregon, identify the problem and explain why the wild horse and burro program operates like a pest control program.
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