BLM’s wild horse management at a crossroad
Population control » BLM considering neutering and contraception to manage captive and wild herds.
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But Bolstad said the agency is working to protect the wild horse and burro populations. However, even if rangeland and horse populations were allowed to double, the BLM would still be faced with the population control, he said.
"We need to consider more tools," Bolstad said. "No one strategy will solve the [wild horse] management issue."
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