Foal-Free Friday, Discussing the Undiscussables Edition

The advocates have their own vocabulary to conceal the effects of their ruinous darting programs.

Sterile mares are described as “self-boosting,” abnormal sex ratios are dismissed as “mares living longer” and “herds aging out” means horses dying with no recruitment.

A “Stay Wild” cap means you’re down with the Montana Solution and protecting them from removal means getting rid of them with PZP.

Some aspects of their programs can’t be discussed in public, let alone be put on paper, such as long-term goals.

The advocates know, and have always known, that Zonastat-H, a pesticide peddled as a vaccine, is a sterilant.

Damage begins with the first injection.

They don’t talk about it.

Non-reproducing herds can be achieved in as little as five years.

They don’t talk about that either.

But that’s what happened on the Maryland side of Assateague Island and is happening now at the Salt River, Virginia Range and other areas where wild horses and burros interfere with animal agriculture.

RELATED: Foal-Free Friday, Getting to the Heart of the Problem Edition.

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