Ziggypop wrote:The owner of Mine That Bird, testified for the pro horse slaughter group in NM. I imagine he has no qualms about sending Mine That Bird to the killer line, when the horse is forgotten.
Here is an article about his lack of ethics.
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/more- ... e-1.408929
Ballerina wrote:From Equine Welfare Alliance (EWA)
Good news on two fronts!
First, the federal appeals court has issued a temporary injunction that prohibits the USDA from inspecting horse slaughter plants. The announcement doesn't indicate the length of the injunction.
Second, Dr. Lester Friedlander reports that in a discussion with the USDA he was informed that inspectors have not been trained and they will not be trained until the appeals process has concluded. The training could take weeks.
Once again, APs, Jeri Clausing, was wrong with her sky is falling - plants will open on Monday - release.
Federal appeals court temporarily halts horse slaughter for human consumption
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/11 ... nsumption/
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