Currituck County Commissioners Should Study Assateague Island

If they are concerned about the sustainability of their herd, and the long-term effects of the Montana Solution, they should study the results on the Maryland side of Assateague Island, where the pesticide was applied for over twenty years.

Six years after the safe, proven and reversible darting program was shut off, the herd should have doubled in size, at least, but it has not grown according to data provided by the Assateague Island Alliance.

For years the advocates pointed to the island as a model of wild horse management, knowing exactly what would happen.

Now, they’re trying to ruin the herds on the Virginia Range and Salt River.

RELATED: Sustainability of Currituck Wild Horses Questioned.

PZP and Sterility 09-29-22

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