Month: May 2016

A New Perspective on America’s Wild Horses for Our Habitats & Humanity

In a critical time for the management of America’s wild horses, why not foster a nonpartisan solution that allows them to naturally stimulate biodiversity and socio-economic benefits for taxpayers? With all of the controversy surrounding America’s wild horses, including management, sterilization, slaughter and more; the conversation is undoubtedly riddled with frustration from both The Bureau …

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