It has been argued that displacement, which is often associated with helicopter hours would be more distressing for the ill-fated horses. Meanwhile, environmental groups, such as the Australian Conservation Fund, prefer humane destruction as a means of control as the damage from overpopulation can cause serious damage to the system native plants and animals, but often in contrast to destructive methods of destruction, they also agree to control but not be brutal and brutal.
The traditional methods of elimination, called the Wild Horse chasing, are reminiscent of the iconic poem Banjo Paterson, The Man from Snowy River, Population control options include fertility control and Use the helicopter to shoot down guns, and traps. None of these methods are completely free from suffering for the horses, and the costs of each measure are very high. Costs include economic factors, such as research, equipment procurement, and labor costs, as well as ethical concerns about the welfare of the horse.