Information supplied by ISPMB HORSES / EMERGENCY ADOPTION MISSION “The horses impounded from the ISPMB was scheduled for December 20, 2016, at the Faith Livestock Auction in Faith, South Dakota. That sale has been postponed. Horse welfare organization Fleet of Angels, which has been conducting an adoption and […]
Source: Dewey County Sheriffs Department “Approximately 550-650 horses of varying ages, some mares with foals…” The ISPMB sale will be held Dec 20th at the Faith Livestock Yard in Faith SD. Faith is located about 35 miles west of the ranch in Lantry on highway 212. Approximately 550-650 […]
Published by Isabel Dakotan Community Newspaper Exclusive: This 10-page document represents the most recent draft of a management plan that was primarily dictated by the SD Animal Industry Board and Dewey and Ziebach Counties following the rejection of a first draft from the International Society for the Protection […]
Source: By Lorraine Jackson and Devon Dolan of KSL.com “My part in all of this is to buy one and love it and make sure it doesn’t go to slaughter…” SPANISH FORK — Victims of one of the states largest cases of animal -abuse found new homes Wednesday […]
By Cynthia Kennedy & Patrick Kennedy Virginia City News “Wild Horse Freedom Federation and SFTHH stand shoulder to shoulder with the astonishing advocates who are attempting to save the last of the vanishing Virginia Range Wild Horse Herd. The first true love of Wild Horse Annie these horses have […]
by: Pat Raia of TheHorse.com “The care of the horses have been costing about $200,000 a month…” Horses, tack, trailers, and other equipment belonging to indicted Quarter Horse breeder Rita Crundwell brought more than $4 million during a two-day live auction in Dixon, Ill. Earlier this year, a […]
New Holland, PA – Investigators arrived at the weekly auction at 4:00am. Trucks were arriving to unload animals and most of the pens in the sheep & goat barn as well as the pig barn were already occupied. No dying or injured animals were found. However, investigators saw several dead pigs in the pen area. Many of the pens still have no access to water for the animals.
Animals’ Angels investigators arrived at the large, bi-monthly horse auction at 4:00pm. It was a hot & humid day with temperatures of 90 degrees. While fans were installed in the barn, no fans were running, which created a very stale and dusty atmosphere. No water or food was provided for the animals.
HOUSTON, (Horseback) – At least some of the horses once belonging to the State of Texas and in custody of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice have been found after being sold at auction. The TDCJ prison horses were located at a facility owned by a former Texas prison inmate and equine kill buyer whose wife confirmed that the horses were the same ones purchased Monday night at a Huntsville, Texas livestock auction. “We are not selling these horses for food,” said TDCJ chief spokeswoman Michelle Lyons. “They were sold at a public auction to the public.”