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NM Facility On Hold

July 2, 2013, Huffington Post, Jeri Clausing ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Federal officials cleared the way Friday for a return to domestic horse slaughter, granting a southeastern New Mexico company’s application to convert its cattle facility into a horse processing plant. In approving Valley Meat Co.’s plans to produce horse meat, Department of Agriculture officials also indicated Full Article

Blood Sport – Rodeo Edition

July 1, 2013 According to Wikipedia, a rodeo is a competitive sport which arose out of the working practices of cattle herding in Spain, Mexico, and later the United ...Full Article

More Letters From the Dark Side

(Before I let Sweet Sue have her say in the letter she is sending out to her followers, let me share a few thoughts with you. From the sunny ...Full Article

Statement from the Dark Side

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, June 28, 2013 Contact: Sue Wallis, U.S. Chair 307 680 8515 – sue.wallis@ieqabassn.org Return of Humane and Regulated Horse Processing is Welcome News The majority of ...Full Article

Naysa

Here at Habitat for Horses we are in the business of saving abused and abandoned horses. We take in horses with broken bodies and broken spirits – we work ...Full Article

Animal Welfare Groups Plan Suit in Response to USDA Decision to Support the Slaughter of Horses for Human Consumption

(June 28, 2013)— The U.S. Department of Agriculture has given the green light for the grisly practice of horse slaughter to resume on U.S. soil. The agency approved an ...Full Article

USDA Gives Green Light To Horse Slaughter

June, 28, 2013 It comes down to this – our government is going to allow three plants to proceed with the slaughter of horses. The greed and corruption of ...Full Article

George Knapp: The BLM is not listening

LasVegasCityLife.com, June 26, 2013 Maybe you are one of those hard-bark, Western cowpoke types who doesn’t exactly get misty-eyed by the vision of a herd of wild mustangs majestically ...Full Article

Horses Teaching Humans about Leadership

From TheHorse.com, presented By University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, JUN 26, 2013 If you were to ask students in any equine science and management program why they want to work in ...Full Article

First horses arose 4 million years ago

The oldest full genome sequence, recovered from ancient horse bone, pushes back equine origins by 2 million years. Erika Check Hayden, June 26, 2013, Nature The humble horse has ...Full Article