Earlier this year, advocates with the Salt River Wild Horse Darting Group, an affiliate of the Campaign Against America’s Wild Horses, offered to facilitate the removal of the Jumping Mouse horses near Alpine, while reducing the size of remaining herd with the Montana Solution.
They were rebuffed by the Forest Service.
Now, others are getting rid of the horses, not with darting rifles, but with real rifles, and they don’t like it.
Getting rid of wild horses is their job.
They have a better way. They intend to be leaders in the wild horse removal business and they don’t want any competition.