Guest Commentary by John Holland ~ president of Equine Welfare Alliance “…if there is one consistent theme in Congress, it is that they almost never do things the way they are supposed to…” This is part three concerning the omnibus bill. Part one, as many of you have […]
Source: Written by Sue McClure as published in the Tennessean “Tennessee is getting a reputation as being a horse abuse state,’’ A man whose name is synonymous with Tennessee Walking Horses says the inhumane practice of soring horses must end — or the walking horse industry itself will […]
Times for this Wednesday night show are: 7:00 pm PST … 8:00 pm MST … 9:00 pm CST … 10:00 pm EST Listen Live Here! R.T. Fitch and I are dedicating this show to honor wild horse & burro warrior Garnet Pasquale, and to talk about her favorite subject, the […]
By Carl Johnston as published on BBC “I am in no doubt that they were entering the food chain and being passed off as beef…” Thousands of tonnes of horsemeat probably entered the food chain in the three years before last year’s food crisis, according to a frontbench […]
A testimonial by R.T. Fitch ~ president/co-founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation Thanks to many for the photos of Garnet The day started out as many others; up early, check email, write for the blog, hay the horses, let out the dog, feed the cats, make a pot […]
by R.T. Fitch ~ president/co-founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation No Moss Gathering on this Stone It’s Monday and it appears that we have a busy week ahead of us and when I refer to “us” it includes not only the advocacy but also the members of the […]
Its “Feel Good Sunday” and the Year of the Horse is about to go official so it’s a great time to share information on how the Chinese define the year and the personality traits of those who are born during this Equine influenced time period. Probably more than […]
Source: by Dean Ellis (less headlines) as published at the Capitol Press Subsidized Cow Grazers Want to Take More Land from Wild Horses and Burros MELBA, Idaho — A local rancher has donated a registered Angus heifer that he will sell at auction to raise money for a pending […]
Clearly noting federal budget restrictions, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources HAS turned down the permit request from Rains to butcher American horses for consumption by elite foreign interests.
The DNR said in a letter Thursday to David Rains, owner of Rains Natural Meats in Gallatin, that the agency has denied Rains’ permit request for his proposed horse slaughter operation because the new federal budget withheld funding for required federal inspections of equine slaughter facilities.
Source: By Eve Mitchell as published in foodandwaterwatch.org “…if you’re going to buy heavily processed foods you need to know this stuff –” It’s been a year since we were first told the beef we buy in the EU may actually be horsemeat, but we still don’t really […]
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