Today we recognize a remarkable achievement of the advocates.
With an unexpected lull in gather activity and a schedule dominated by fertility control programs, they are now leaders in the wild horse removal industry.
In fact, if they get their way, future schedules will have a limited number of roundups but massive delivery of their favorite pesticide.
This practice, sometimes referred to as keep them wild and free, humane management, or a better way, means few if any youngsters, gradual extermination of the herds and most of their food consumed by livestock, as specified in the land-use plans.
You can learn more about these concepts at the SOWH DC conference.
Pre-conference activity includes a postcard campaign.
Events like this keep their base fired up while accomplishing nothing for wild horses.
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