Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: western Kentucky
Here the real problem the range can hold 27000 and has 35000. The local ranchers used to kept there number down. But, the public found out and didn't like their way of doing it. So the goverment took over, and this lead to the current problem. Here my solution A partnership between the ranchers and the goverment, similar to the old remount program of the old horse cavarly days.
If we do nothing there will be alot of dead and dieing horse. This could someday be a problem in the eastern state to some a releasing unwanted horse in the wild. Most I sure are old, sick and cripped, but if a breeding pair got together. The number would grow.
A good cowboy always has a better horse at the end of the ride, a poor cowboy will be afoot reguardless of the horse.
Mis Raices Estan Aqui (my roots are buried here)