Rancher/conservationist William Simpson articulates an argument for herding wild horses out of places where they are not wanted up into mountain wilderness areas. “Some endangered and threatened species of flora, that a complex grazers, stomachs like cows and sheep are complex topics that are really good digesters, they digest virtually all the seeds they consume. And so you can't put them into these areas because they'll strip off the native flora. Whereas horses are monogastric digesters. They have stomach. So they basically poop out 90 percent of all the seeds they consumed because they're incomplete digesters. So you put them up in the mountains. And not only do they maintain the fuel load in the forest and wilderness areas to a nominal level, but they can currently reseated, which is ideal because that helps control erosion. So you minimize fire. You maintain the natural evolutionary reseeding. It's a plan that works for everybody, works for the taxpayer, works for the ranchers, the horses, all the HMA’s, you get all kinds of new grazing available that can be given over to the ranching industry for production on lands that are obviously best suited for livestock production. And concurrently the horses that could be rewarded into the areas where they're no longer a problem. The predators control population, reduce fire. They go back into their role as reseeders. Everything works properly. again. Bill use the term HMA and that means herd management areas. And by the way, he's got a herd of wild horses ranging on his mountain ranch successfully.