The Wild Horse & Burro Fund

The Wild Horse & Burro Fund's mission is to protect the wild horses & burros of North America and to ensure that they continue to roam free on our public lands. Get involved by visiting @save_wildhorses, thewildhorseconspiracy.org, facebook.com/thewildhorseconspiracy, instagram.com/thewildhorseconspiracy. Find out what you can do.

November 18, 2013 at 8:27pm
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"In order to substantiate their false claims, many wild horse/burro enemies, including government officials, take pictures of wild horses/burros while they are roaming through areas whose vegetation and soils, streams and riverbanks have been degraded by cattle and sheep. Then they present these pictures as ‘evidence’ that the wild horses/burros are damaging the ecosystem. Even if you are not a scientist or don’t have the time to research, gather, and analyze all of the information and data on this issue, just use your intuition and ponder the following question: Who is causing the massive damage to our public lands ecosystems? Is this the 23,000 wild horses and burros with their post-gastric digestive systems perfectly suited for the vast open spaces of the West where they restore the soils and seed many species of plants, or is the 8 to 11 million privately owned cattle and 15 million sheep?”
via The Wild Horse Fund, Myths and Facts

"In order to substantiate their false claims, many wild horse/burro enemies, including government officials, take pictures of wild horses/burros while they are roaming through areas whose vegetation and soils, streams and riverbanks have been degraded by cattle and sheep. Then they present these pictures as ‘evidence’ that the wild horses/burros are damaging the ecosystem. Even if you are not a scientist or don’t have the time to research, gather, and analyze all of the information and data on this issue, just use your intuition and ponder the following question: Who is causing the massive damage to our public lands ecosystems? Is this the 23,000 wild horses and burros with their post-gastric digestive systems perfectly suited for the vast open spaces of the West where they restore the soils and seed many species of plants, or is the 8 to 11 million privately owned cattle and 15 million sheep?”

via The Wild Horse Fund, Myths and Facts

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