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Horse Slaughter

National groups team up to spare horses

National organizations working to save mustangs are trying to help find homes for wild horses that will be rounded up at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western North Dakota and sold at auction. Forum News Service, AgWeek, September 4, 2013 MEDORA, N.D. — National organizations working to save mustangs are trying to help find homes Full Article

“What happened to my little pony?”

August 31, 2013 Back in January of 2011, over 30 months ago, someone posted a message on the internet about “52 Thoroughbreds destined for slaughter.” It was a true ...Full Article

The Silence of the Navajo

August 29, 2013 A lot of us have been shocked and saddened at the pro-slaughter stance of the Navajo Nation’s Agricultural Department and their support of Valley Meat. Even ...Full Article

$500,000 spent to protect horses from pro-slaughter government

August 26, 2013 As an example of how deeply the pro-slaughter forces have inserted themselves into our government, the Cloud Foundation and HSUS have been required to post a ...Full Article

Horse Advocates Fight Federal Government

August 26, 2013 Why has it been left to the equine rescue community to represent the will of the people against a government that supports the interest of foreign ...Full Article

Let’s do this together…

August 25, 2013 Late yesterday afternoon a few of us old timers sat in a restaurant discussing the current state of affairs. It didn’t take long for any of ...Full Article

The S.A.F.E. Act Pledge

The S.A.F.E. Act – S.541/HR 1094 – A bill to prevent human health threats posed by the consumption of equines raised in the United States. To the American Cattle ...Full Article

What happened at the NV auction?

This is what happens when horse advocates work together – as reported by The Cloud Foundation: RENO, Nev. (August 23, 2013) – On Wednesday US District Court Judge, Miranda ...Full Article

Judge in Horse Slaughter Case Corrects Mistake; No Next Round Date Set

Food Safety News, DAN FLYNN | AUGUST 23, 2013 Federal District Court Judge M. Christina Armijo has amended her order temporarily banning horsemeat packing in the U.S. because it was too broadly ...Full Article

Signs of hope and what to do

August 22, 2013 Coming up on the last week in August. Vacations are over, school is starting, Halloween costumes are on sale, politicians are talking about the 2016 elections ...Full Article