Report provided by the Canadian Horse Defence Coalition The CHDC provides evidence of disturbing parallels between the XL Foods contaminated beef recall and conditions inside Canada’s horse slaughter plants. Read the full report by clicking (HERE). Warning – Graphic Images Related articles ASPCA recognizes boy’s efforts in opposing […]
By James McWilliams as published in the Slate Horse meat is, in essence, an industrial byproduct At Brooklyn’s Great GoogaMooga food festival last May, Hugue Dufour, the noted chef who’d co-founded the acclaimed M. Wells Diner, sold 5,000 grilled-cheese sandwiches that created quite a buzz among New York […]
Press Release from Canadian Horse Defence Coalition Horses shipped for live meat in wooden crates so small they cannot stand in their natural position October 18, 2012, Calgary, AB – Footage taken of Alberta horses being shipped live to Japan for slaughter shows that the Canadian Food Inspection […]
By: Cheryl Hanna as published on the Examiner “Almost all of our horse meat is incorrectly certified!” The temporary shutdown of Canadian horse slaughter early Friday morning still has not produced any definitive reasons as to why American horses were turned away and their brokers, killbuyers, and drivers […]
OpEd by R.T. Fitch ~ volunteer president of Wild Horse Freedom Federation No Butchering or Blood for a Weekend, but its back! Jerry Finch and I conversed on the fact that over the weekend reality seem to pale and fall out of focus every time we allowed our […]
Information supplied by the Equine Welfare Alliance “…be very careful of organizations asking for donations…” Jerry Finch (Habitat for Horses) reached HSUS and ASPCA last night and they are on stand-by. Our main concern right now is the horses stuck in the pipeline. We are asking our rescues […]
Press Release from Equine Welfare Alliance and the Canadian Horse Defence Coalition Market for Butchered American Horses is Slaughtered Chicago (EWA) – US horses are no longer being accepted by Canadian horse slaughter plants, according to multiple sources. The Shipshewana auction in Indiana confirmed reports that they have […]
Chicago (EWA) – Following a ban funding for USDA inspections, and state legislation in Texas and Illinois, the last three horse slaughter plants in the US were closed in 2007. The result was that the horses were shipped to Canada and Mexico for slaughter. Last year the prohibition on funding was lifted, but now the very market for the meat from US horses is in question.
During the 2012 London Summer Olympic Games, more than 30 marvelously talented and exceptionally well trained athletes represented the United States and Canada, carrying on a proud tradition which has its roots in the very earliest exploration, creation and development of these two modern neighboring countries in North America. These are the horses of our Team USA and Canadian Olympic Team equestrian squads, competing with their human partners to bring honor to their respective countries in the sports of dressage, eventing and show jumping.
There are numerous horse-related magazines in Canada, some pro-horse and some pro-industry. It really shouldn’t be surprising that the concept of financial gain is pandemic in the world of horses, but somehow one wouldn’t expect the use of these beautiful, noble animals to extend to the flesh that their bodies can provide. Yet right here in Canada, some people who claim to love horses in their living state also seem to promote the profits that can be made from the deaths of their companions and working partners when their “useful” days are over.