The bill would not end wild horse removals from public lands, an idea that keeps livestock operators up at night.
Instead, it would achieve more humane and cost-effective methods to gather equine populations, according to a story posted today by the Las Vegas Sun.
The text has not appeared at Congress.gov as of this evening.
Last year’s version was nicknamed the Save a Horse, Hire a Cowboy Act.
Everything went south when film from the Buffalo Hills roundup showed a wrangler—a hero in the new management method and a steward of our public lands—abusing a foal!
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