Is it even legal?

Doesn’t the law protect wild free roaming horses and burros from harassment, branding, etc?

Listen carefully to the Bureau of Land Management propaganda as you watch the wild mare who is forcibly branded and jabbed with Pesticide PZP, made from slaughterhouse pig ovaries. The Bureau gives more public land use to commercial livestock for grazing than the native wild horses in northeastern California’s huge Twin Peaks herd management area.

Pm PZP Darts

Read about the dangers of Pesticide PZP here: http://protectmustangs.org/?page_id=6922 Despite the dangers this is what the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign (AWHPC), the Cloud Foundation, Return to Freedom, Front Range Equine Rescue and others want to do to America’s wild mares. They are buying into the Cattlemen’s overpopulation lie

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(Poster by Shane Destry)

Overpopulation is a lie. Even if there were 67,000 –150,000 wild horses and burros left in the western United States that would be too few for them to survive human predation, mountain lions, the drop in the water table and climate change.

We all know wild horses and burros are not “pests” as the Pesticide PZP Pushing Humane Society of the United States called them on the “pesticide” application. Sell outs.

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Protect Mustangs is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection and preservation of native and wild horses. www.ProtectMustangs.org




One thought on “Is it even legal?

  1. Why is it necessary to PZP or experiment on our Wild Horses? Why is it so important to lie and say the wild horses are overpopulated?Please stop this dishonor of the American Wild horses,I will never compromised this action or treatment of such a beautiful, loyal animal that has done nothing wrong,besides being an American icon.Please protect them this is what we should be doing for both species/wild horses and burros.

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