They mean well and want to help America’s wild horses but the advocates have been blowing smoke up their butts for years.
The problem is resource management, not wild horses, which they won’t discuss.
Instead, they go on about HMAPs, fertility control, drilling and mining, climate change, sanctuaries, adoption and other off-the-range programs.
“We’re changing the way wild horse herds are managed, not their land.”
Who benefits from this?
Not the horses.
So it’s no wonder that the American people are shaking their heads, some of which are starting to look like smokestacks.