Petition update

They want to shoot up wild horses with PZP made from slaughterhouse pig ovaries

Protect Mustangs

Dec 29, 2014 — NEWS: Activists rip plans to remove over 750 mustangs in Nevada

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Wild-horse advocacy groups are criticizing federal land managers' plans to permanently remove over 750 mustangs from the Nevada range beginning late next month.

But the organizations are split on the Bureau of Land Management's plans to treat as many as 250 mares with the fertility-control drug PZP-22 before releasing them back to the wild. . .

"PZP should never be used on wild horses," said Anne Novak of California-based Protect Mustangs. "It's made from slaughterhouse pig ovaries and shouldn't be injected into wild mares because it's risky and sterilizes them after multiple use."

"Injecting them with PZP is taking away their freedom to live as nature intended. Genetic variability is needed for survival but PZP messes with that ... You shouldn't give a restricted-use pesticide to native wild horses who are underpopulated," she added. . .

Read the complete Associated Press article that's going viral here:

Learn about PZP here:

Sign up for alerts about wild horses at our website:

Keep sharing The Petition to Defund and Stop the Wild Horse Roundups to help make the 110K signature goal. You are getting the word out every time you share the petition. Here is the link:

Thank you for taking action for America's wild horses and burros.

Anne Novak
Executive Director

Keep fighting for people power!

Politicians and rich CEOs shouldn't make all the decisions. Today we ask you to help keep free and independent. Our job as a public benefit company is to help petitions like this one fight back and get heard. If everyone who saw this chipped in monthly we'd secure's future today. Help us hold the powerful to account. Can you spare a minute to become a member today?

I'll power Change with $5 monthlyPayment method


Please enter a comment.

We were unable to post your comment. Please try again.