Day: April 12, 2016

Trampled on meat truck, mare now helps others

Source:  Off Track Thoroughbreds Press Exclusive, left, now spends her days with Tina, a filly orphaned at birth. All photos by Jim Craner, Pan-American Wildlife and Scenic Photography By Susan Salk An older broodmare, who years ago was trampled inside a crowded truck headed for the slaughterhouse, nearly […]

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Shaving Livestock Grazing’s Carbon Hoofprint

Source: Complaints Target BLM Neutral Stance on Livestock Grazing Climate Impacts By: Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) Washington, DC April 11, 2016 – Even as President Obama touts steps to address climate change, his U.S. Bureau of Land Management appears not to have gotten the message, […]

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