So May 14, 2013 the BLM stated there existed 31,453 wild horses on our Public Lands — and a little over 2 ½ years, biologically impossible by the way, we are told the wild horse population jumped to 67,027 as of March 1, 2016.
But using the same Win Equus Software, lets compare our numbers for 2017:
“We also work with the Win Equus Software, the software used by the BLM! We input their numbers from 2013 onward (as stated by them), and we come up with a mere 20,197 wild horses on the range currently — in 2017. . .”
Apparently, these BLM employees, and administrators, want Americans and taxpayers, especially, to believe wild horses do not die, or a slew of other things that, in reality, make these numbers totally impossible.
But more than anything else, I restate quite clearly — BLM’s wild horse count is BIOLOGICALLY IMPOSSIBLE ON THIS PLANET!
And the Research Scientists, the HSUS and other non-profit pesticide PZP supporters go along with these numbers – who constantly want people to assume their credibility, support BLM $$$$$$$$.
Sometimes words are simply not enough, for the obvious.
Oddly, we have those BLM employees, and pro-slaughter, and people from the pesticide PZP groups, awkwardly at best, pitching hateful comments toward those that disagree with their obvious lack of credibility. And people go along with them.
Interesting, since this is also a nation that elected Trump! We apparently deny first, and it takes several destructive and obvious situations a 2nd grader can detect, for the majority of people to pay attention to.
Back to Real-time.
We as American’s have to be very concerned about our wildlife, about those that manage it, and those that manage our lands in America.
As ignorance is quite prevalent, and destruction of both our wildlife and lands quite evident, as a society, we must become more attentive to these things that are indeed life-giving to us all.
The fact? BLM and other corrupt agencies in our government system, needs to be replaced with honest people if this planet is to survive at all.
We are a grasslands society, and the industrial revolution based upon a healthy ecological grassland, as well as a healthy and robust wildlife that enhances these same substantial grasslands, for the human species very survival. – John Cox, The Cascades