Wild Horse Roundups Draw Accusations of Cruelty
The Bureau of Land Management has countered these criticisms by claiming that the roundups are indeed necessary to control horse populations and prevent overgrazing of the land. They say the horse population doubles every four years, and the roundups are required to thin the herds. But Suzanne Roy, director of the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign, says that wild horse overpopulation is a BLM-created myth, that overgrazing is due to livestock like sheep and cattle, not horses. Watch this report to learn more.
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