Wild horses are viewed by some people as living symbols of the Wild West and by others as nuisances, as the mustangs compete with livestock on the open range. What do you think of the Bureau of Land Management policy of keeping a set number of mustangs in the wild, while placing the remainder in holding pens and putting them up for adoption?
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