Month: August 2019

Federal Enforcement Advocated

By Clint Confehr as published on The Tennessee Tribune Congressmen representing Nashville and Memphis agree — there’s no place for animal abuse at Tennessee Walking Horse shows — and Tennessee’s first African American licensed to practice veterinary medicine concurs. The annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration ends Saturday […]

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De Facto Wild Equine Extinction Plan

An open letter from Charlotte Roe Wild Equid Partners and Friends,   1.  Stopping the Path Backward:  Very shortly, the Senate Appropriations Committee will consider funding a plan for the de facto extermination of wild horses and burros that the National Cattlemen’s Association and allies aim to ram through Congress.  […]

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