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Horsemeat dinner is served, courtesy of organised crime

Self regulation of industries – especially meat processing – is a catch phrase that has been making the rounds with our most recent budget negotiations. Cost cutting and pandering to the “limited government” crowd is tempting to many. This article addresses what happens when the industry is left to itself. More costs are cut by Full Article

Day 8 – Twelve Days of Christmas HfH Special Event

For the next 12 weekdays, Habitat for Horses will be featuring one of our horses from The HfH Give a Horse a Home Christmas Special. We are looking for ...Full Article

Horse cloning coming down the stretch

AQHA will not register cloned horses. As the science of cloning progresses, all equine sports will need to make the decision of whether or not horse cloning should be ...Full Article

Day 7 – Twelve Days of Christmas HfH Special Event

For the next 12 weekdays, Habitat for Horses will be featuring one of our horses from The HfH Give a Horse a Home Christmas Special. We are looking for ...Full Article

Another Horsemeat Scandal Hits France

Good doesn’t always win over evil in this world, but evil can ultimately destroy itself. The concept of vaccines is simply a dead virus being used to help the ...Full Article

Day 6 – Twelve Days of Christmas HfH Special Event

For the next 12 weekdays, Habitat for Horses will be featuring one of our horses from The HfH Give a Horse a Home Christmas Special. We are looking for ...Full Article

Wild Horses: Pryor Mountain herd a national treasure

The author of this piece, Laura Bailey, did a wonderful job of researching the facts of this herd of horses. Ginger Kathrens has been the mainstay of Cloud and his ...Full Article

COALITION REACTS TO HORSE SLAUGHTER RULING BY TENTH CIRCUIT

There are few organizations for whom I have more respect than The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign (AWHPC) and its parent organization Return to Freedom (RTF).  Throughout the years they have been steadfast in ...Full Article

4 million-year-old fossil horse plugs gap in equine evolution

From: The Hindu Researchers have discovered a new species of fossil horse that lived 4.4 million years ago in Ethiopia, a discovery that fills a gap in the evolutionary ...Full Article

Appeals Court Vacates Ban on US Horse Slaughter

The will of the majority of Americans is not only cast aside by Congress, but also by our courts. From the USDA to the smoke-filled back rooms of courthouses, ...Full Article