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horse slaughter

Proposal would brand horses treated with Bute

Since kill buyers have been known to take horses without asking questions, I can only imagine that tattoos or microchipping might get ignored as well.  Anything to slow down or stop horse slaughter is worth looking at. ~ HfH Web Mistress From: Off-Track Thoroughbreds By: Susan Salk Texas-based T’bred advocate Donna Keen recently announced an Full Article

Students film Navajos, horses in Arizona for film to sway Congress

I always love to see younger people getting involved with the anti-slaughter issue. Such as when Brittany Wallace found and rescued a horse about to be sent to slaughter. ...Full Article

Multi-county probe underway into disappearance of horses

Horses being purchased by a kill buyer without proof of ownership by the seller? Excuse me …but that is outrageous. The Triple Crown Ranch slaughter horse collecting station in ...Full Article

Researchers Find Toxoplasma gondii in Horsemeat

Yet another reason to  NOT have horsemeat on our dinner table… HfH Webmistress From: The Horse By: Christa Lesté-Lasserre After all the publicized concern about the presence of phenylbutazone ...Full Article

Horse slaughter halted by federal appeals court

Pro-slaughter groups and some of the media keep spreading the lie that horse slaughter is humane. There are other methods to control the populations that will allow wild horses ...Full Article

Horse preservationists allege Stan Palmer remains ‘slaughterhouse middleman’

A Pelahatchie man embroiled in a national controversy over the fate of wild horses rounded up from federal land in northern Nevada received a shipment of wild horses on ...Full Article

Grand Opening Of Horse Slaughter Plants Foiled Again

In this article, Vickery Eckhoff also explains how media coverage of Valley Meat and horse slaughter issue has been skewed to the benefit of the pro-horse slaughter crowd. Be ...Full Article

Federal appeals court halts horse slaughter

From: Yahoo News By: Jeri Clausing ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A federal appeals court on Monday temporarily halted plans by companies in New Mexico and Missouri to begin slaughtering ...Full Article

Letter From The Editor: A Trial Court Surprise

From: Food Safety News By: Dan Flynn Friday’s ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Christina Armijo surprised me. I was expecting New Mexico’s top federal judge to issue a ...Full Article

Horse slaughterhouses – judge rules they can open and the efforts to stop this

The Humane Society of the United States will appeal an Albuquerque federal judge’s ruling yesterday that USDA inspections can begin as early as this coming week. There is all ...Full Article