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Front Range Equine Rescue

Fence must come down, say wild horse advocates

Word is spreading – the fence planned for by the US Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management is NOT in the best interest of the wild horses of the Pryor Mountains. This needs to be stopped. Let us hope that the Cloud Foundation and Front Range Equine Rescue succeed. ~ HfH From: HorseTalk 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

Missouri Regulators Asked to Rule that Horse Meat Is Adulterated

Animal Protection Groups Demonstrate Potentially Toxic Nature of Horse Meat (June 17, 2013) – Front Range Equine Rescue and The Humane Society of the United States filed a legal ...Full Article

Animal Welfare Groups Seek to Protect Endangered Species From Environmental Threat of Horse Slaughter

Front Range Equine Rescue and The Humane Society of the United States Will Sue to Enforce the Endangered Species Act (April 16, 2013)- Front Range Equine Rescue (“FRER”) and The ...Full Article

Animal Welfare Groups to New Mexico Regulators: Horsemeat May Be a Risk to Human Health

HSUS / April 2, 2013 The Humane Society of the United States, Front Range Equine Rescue Petition State Board to Declare Horsemeat Unfit for Human Consumption (April 2, 2013)—The ...Full Article

Four New Slaughterhouses Set to Open

FRONT RANGE EQUINE RESCUE DISCOVERS SEVERAL NEW APPLICATIONS FOR HORSE SLAUGHTER FACILITIES LARKSPUR, COLORADO – Front Range Equine Rescue (FRER) has received copies of four previously undiscovered applications for ...Full Article