Wild horses have been stampeded and removed off of public land for decades to accommodate domestic livestock. “Entitlement complexes” of public land ranching now over populate our landscape.
Editorial addressing a series of articles published in Range Magazine on the “Grass March.” As a wild horse advocacy organization we address multiple issues that affect management practices. Make no mistake part of the agenda of this “machine” is to disenfranchise wild horses. The petition this “march” carried to DC last year was very clear; wild horses need to be removed and even destroyed (we will cover this in depth later in this series of editorials on the Grass March in part 2).
This “Grass March” was a flop, but they are getting “back in the saddle.” The area in this photo was claimed “fine for turnout” by the Grass March and is a photo of YOUR public land.
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