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Stop The Genocide Of America's Last Remaining Wild Horses
The wild horses on our continent are more important than the ranching "industry." The horses deserve to survive. To have that many (several hundred)"missing" and over 90 dead is a brutal
treatment of our natural resource. They do not compete for range, but even if they did, the horses need to be considered first.
I live with a rounded up mustang who had her pelvis broken during the round up. Also with a BLM burro who is afraid of so many things that I know her life was miserable. When I went to pick her out, I was broken hearted about the numerous horses and burros there, and in small spaces. Please consider this and keep in mind that the equines, once running wild, are now starving and miserable in pens such as the one in Kansas.
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