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VIDEO: Update from the field


The following is from the American Wild Horse Campaign:

It’s Deb Walker, AWHC’s Field Representative here at the Virginia Range in Nevada.

I want to share some good news with you this weekend!

It’s been more than a year since our launch of the world’s largest humane management program for wild horses. If you have two minutes, I’d love to show you what you’ve helped us to accomplish here for the wild horses that call the Virginia Range home:

Our fertility management work at the Virginia Range is proving to the world that there IS a humane way to manage wild horse populations that DOES NOT require mass roundups, crowded holding corrals, dangerous sterilization surgeries, or slaughter.

Our hope is that our continued demonstrated success on the Virginia Range means our PZP fertility control program will be replicated across the West.

It’s because of support from people like you that wild horses like this little foal (born just MINUTES after we stopped filming the video above) stand a chance of living out a full, wild and free life on the Virginia Range.

Thank you for all that you do to keep our wild horses free, and wild.