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Date:4/19/2014 4:47:55 PM
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You do realize that if the BLM did not hold yearly roundups, and let the horses keep reproducing without managing herd sizes, the herd would eventually starve to death, die out, and become no more? The land can only sustain so many animals at one time. The Wild Free Roaming Horse and Burro Act of 1971 is the reason wild horses are managed, and the Adopt-A-Horse program exists, one I adopted my mare Gizmo from, and was put in place because after Wild Horse Annie had the Wild Horse Annie Act passed in 1959, horse populations skyrocketed, and became dangerous to the animals themselves. If you want to keep seeing the Mustang flourish and live on forever, you should do your research more thoroughly, and realize that the best thing for these horses is to stay well managed so the food and water supply can support them. And if you think just keeping so much land for them will work, you'd be wrong, because the world's population is growing at an alarming rate, and the BLM can only hold on to so much land. I apologize if I've offended anyone, but training a wild mustang was my senior project in high school last year, and I did years of research, about every aspect of the wild horse treatment, management, and history.
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