“Each year, the U.S. free-roaming horse population increases by an average of 20 percent, which is environmentally and  financially unsustainable. WPM’s Remote Wildlife Management System has the potential to dramatically improve population management of wild and feral horses through a more effective, safe vaccination program and by eliminating the stress and expense of helicopters and roundups.”

Ralph Zimmerman, DVM, Office of the State Veterinarian, New Mexico Livestock Board

“Growing up on the Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico, I watched my grandfather, who had a sixth grade education and deep knowledge of ecology based on native traditions, care for the land. He said, ‘If I don’t take care of mother earth, she won’t take care of my animals or my family.’ Now, it is up to us to manage the land. We’re challenged by the overpopulation of free-roaming horses, which is turning parts of the pueblo’s lands into uninhabitable desert. There has been so much degradation to the land, which impacts other wildlife and our way of life that I am hopeful about the humane system developed by Wildlife Protection Management. We need all the help we can get “

Tolani Francisco, DVM, MPH, Owner, Native Healing, LLC, Laguna, NM

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