The Division G summary for the 2023 spending bill says it provides $148 million for the Wild Horse and Burro Program, including $11 million for research on reversible immunocontraceptive fertility control.
Not long ago, the advocates secured $11 million for use of their favorite pesticide in PZP Amendments.
The truth is coming out.
For years the advocates have been lying about the safety of the Montana Solution.
The vaccine causes illness instead of preventing it.
Mares whose ovaries have been destroyed are referred to as self-boosting, not sterile.
If PZP is banished, they have no reason to exist. They are one-trick ponies.
It’s time to move on and tackle the real problem: Resource management in areas set aside for wild horses and burros.
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