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Horse Slaughter

Wild horse roundup in Nevada is canceled amid outrage.

By Stephen Dinan, The Washington Times, August 8, 2013 The U.S. Forest Service late Thursday canceled a roundup of wild horses scheduled for Friday in northern Nevada after horse advocates learned about it and made it public, accusing the government of trying a “stealth” effort to break the law and send the horses to a slaughter auction. The advocates Full Article

Judge orders bond in NM slaughterhouse case

Watchdog.com / By Rob Nikolewski  /   August 8, 2013   ALBUQUERQUE – The long-running arguments over opening the first horse slaughterhouses in the U.S. in seven years took another turn Thursday. A ...Full Article

GAO Accused Of Fraud As Horse Slaughter Plants Fight To Open

August 8, 2013, Forbes.com, Vickery Eckhoff A 2011 Government Accountability Office (GAO) report came under fire last week for misrepresenting data that was used to push Congress to end a ...Full Article

FEDS TO DELIVER WILD HORSES TO SLAUGHTER AUCTION IN SECRET

BREAKING ALERT (5:00 MDT):  We just got word from NM Congressman Michelle Lujan Grisham’s office that her Chief of Staff Gabello met with the U.S. Forest Service & was ...Full Article

Banning Double-Deck Trailers For All Horses

Paramus Post, August 5, 2013,Mel Fabrikant Menendez, Kirk Reintroduce Horse Transportation Safety Act Of 2013   Bipartisan legislation would prohibit interstate transport of horses in double-decker trailers WASHINGTON, D.C. ...Full Article

Project to study euthanizing horses gets state nod

(Mysterious observance – Someone brought to our attention that this article is old, published in July of 2010. The Gazette released it today for some odd reason. To add ...Full Article

Judge halts domestic horse slaughter

AgriPulse.com, By Sarah Gonzalez, August 2, 2013 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Aug. 2, 2013- A federal judge granted a Temporary Restraining Order against USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) to prevent the inspection of ...Full Article

Iowa may be first to restart horse slaughter

Sharyn Jackson, The Des Moines Register, August 2, 2013 DES MOINES, Iowa — An Iowa plant could be the first in the nation to resume horse slaughter after a ...Full Article

Celebrate their birth, fight about their death

August 1, 2013 (This first story is amazing – mankind’s attempt to restore what we almost lost. The second story is a rehash of the breaking news this week ...Full Article

Navajo Nation will support NM horse processing plant

New Mexico Watchdog.org, Rob Nikolewski on July 31, 2013 The Navajo Nation is about to wade into the heated debate over a horse-meat processing plant in Roswell and will support Valley Meat ...Full Article