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Wayne Pacelle

BLM In Hot Water With Humane Society Over Its Treatment of Wild Horses

Word is beginning to spread in the media. The Bureau of Land Management has gone beyond just being bad managers – they are abusing and destroying the very horses they are entrusted by the American people to protect. ~ HfH From: Western Journalism By: B Christpher Agee BLM In Hot Water With Humane Society Over Full Article

Latest Roundup in Wyoming Exposes Flaws, Failures in BLM’s Wild Horse Program

The BLM has long claimed to not have enough money to care for the horses already in holding facilities. With these facilities bursting at the seams, and horses dying ...Full Article

The “Big Lick”: Fancy Footwork, or Intentional Cruelty?

From: Wayne Pacelle’s Blog Today, the Prevent All Soring Tactics (PAST) Act reached a new threshold of Congressional support. Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz., became the 100th House Republican cosponsor ...Full Article

The Disreputable Trade in Horse Meat

The fight to stop horse slaughter does indeed need to be taken to where people are consuming horses as meat. Even when “pro-horse meat” countries attempt to stop American ...Full Article

Wayne Pacelle: Unbridled animal agony not enhancing Ky.’s image

Tennessee is usually the state people think of for the “Big Lick” crowd. Kentucky shares the blame on this as well. Very glad Wayne Parcelle, President of the Humane ...Full Article

The Rule of Law, and the Criminal Enterprises of Cockfighting and Horse Soring

Criminal groups target activities that make money. Cock-fighting is rife with gambling while the “Big Lick” crowd spends big money on stud fees for tortured animals. These criminals have ...Full Article

Horse Slaughter In the U.S.: The Dumbest Business Idea Since New Coke

This is a post from yesterday on Wayne Pacelle’s blog A Humane Nation. Horse Slaughter – Dumb idea indeed! Pro slaughter groups tout being able to sell the meat ...Full Article

Don’t reopen plants that slaughter horses for food

chicagotribune.com, By Wayne Pacelle,  April 19, 2013 Most Americans disapprove of slaughtering horses for food — 80 percent, according to a recent national survey. Responsible American horse lovers, breeders and ...Full Article