This collection in PryorWild, a blog about the Pryor Mountain wild horses, contains several posts from the years running up to the EPA’s approval of the pesticide in 2012.
One post from 2010 discusses research on the Maryland side of Assateague Island involving the Montana Solution, and what it portends for wild horses.
We now know that the experiment was a failure. The herd has been ruined.
What do you get from the advocates about this? Silence, denial.
The truth will ruin their business models, thwarting their efforts to dominate the wild horse removal industry.
Another post from 2010 about reversibility says PZP is vaccine, a shameless attempt to sell poison as medicine.
A third post, also from 2010, discusses longevity of mares, code words for abnormal sex ratios, a documented side-effect of the wonder drug.
The advocates know and have always known about the harmful effects of PZP, yet they continue to lie about them.
They’re not who they say they are.
Their words don’t match their deeds.
They’re sterilizing as many mares as they can get their sights on, and they want you to pay for it.
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