Livestock Can Stay But Horses Must Go?

Readers of Western Horse Watchers will not be suprised by anything in this article, writted by a trained PZP darter and appearing today in CounterPunch.

Is she trying to atone for her sins?  The logo on her T-shirt should say In Defense of Livestock.

IDA Darter 01-16-22

The column may have been written over the summer, around the time of the Piceance roundup.  It is not a plug for the Montana Solution.

The management plans assign most of the resources to privately owned livestock in areas set aside for wild horses.

Once you understand that, all of the downstream events, referred to on these pages as resource enforcement actions, which include roundups, darting programs, sex ratio skewing, adoption, training and sale with or without limitations, make perfect sense.

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