There is only a short time left for the public to express their opinion before 30,000 wild horses in holding pens are shot or sold for slaughter, because they haven't been adopted, to save money.
Why don't they just turn them loose you may ask? For the same reason they are still being rounded up now that the target of 27,000 wild horses has been met.
We are the public! Do you want wild horses on the public lands?
If you don't want our wild horses shot or sold for slaughter, if you want them left on the range, this is your chance to tell the Bureau of Land Management that oversees your public lands how you feel.
You can request they be allowed to live on national parks such as Yellow Stone, where they lived in perfect balance for hundreds of years.
Call 1-800-710-7597 or visit www.blm.gov or www.wildhorseandburro.blm.gov.