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February 11, 2010

Keep Wild Horses on the Range

Dear Friend,

For too long, the Bureau of Land Management has "managed" wild horse and burro populations by unjustifiably -- and often inhumanely -- removing them from their environment by the thousands. At least 46 horses have died or been killed in incidents related to the roundups taking place at the Calico Complex in Nevada, including two colts who were run for so many miles that the young horses hooves subsequently became infected and fell off. There are more humane and fiscally responsible methods of managing wild horses on the range, such as fertility control, and these cruel and costly round-ups must stop.

Please urge the federal government to stop its inhumane roundups of wild horses. Thank you for all you do to help animals.
Wayne Pacelle

Wayne Pacelle, President & CEO

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