Plans to cull Kosi Brumbies to extinction could be thwarted

A CONTROVERSIAL state government proposal to cull ­almost the entire population of wild horses in the Snowy Mountains is set to be shelved after a government deadlock.

In a move sure to be criticised by environmentalists, The ­Sunday Telegraph can reveal work is under way on an alternative plan to manage the estimated 6000-plus horses.

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