Salt River Lawsuit in the News

The ringleader of the Salt River Wild Horse Darting Group, an affiliate of the Campaign Against America’s Wild Horses, admits again in this report by KPNX News that her group is getting rid of the horses with their favorite pesticide.

At least she’s using neon orange darts and a Dan-Inject rifle, as specified by the EPA.

In the introduction to a lengthy paper about PZP, Jay Kirkpatrick, its developer, said oversight by the Humane Society of the United States assures that the product is used only to slow reproduction and would not be used for the extermination of entire herds.  He also indicated that PZP is designed to bring about short-term infertility and is reversible, if not used beyond five consecutive years.

We know that didn’t happen on the Maryland side of Assateague Island and massive reductions are now underway on the Virginia Range and Salt River.

In their enmity for the horses and their desire to be respected by the bureaucrats and ranchers, the advocates will end up sterilizing most of the mares.

RELATED: Coalition Sues Forest Service Over Salt River Horses.

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