By Joe Whitworth as published on Food Safety News A Salmonella outbreak linked to horse meat from Romania sickened 25 people in France this past year, according to a new report. Eleven cases were men and 14 were women. They ranged from 2 to 90 years of age and […]
“Ole Fred was a lot quieter than the bulk of kids we are required to endure screaming while working, frequent flyers are attempting to rest. I would fly First with Fred, anytime!” ~ R.T.
Source: ABC15.com March 16 is the deadline for public comment on the fate of the Heber Wild Horses Last week, the Forest Service released its proposed management plan for the Heber Wild Horse Territory. It includes plans to limit the horses’ range to 21 square miles. The surrounding Apache-Sitgreaves […]
By JOHN CHERWA as published on The Los Angeles Times Santa Anita had a seventh horse die while training or racing Thursday when Unveiled suffered a fracture to his right front while galloping during morning training. The season started Dec. 26. The incident occurred while the horse was galloping, […]
by Duane Morris LLP The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia recently rejected claims challenging actions by the U.S. Department of Interior, acting through the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), to remove wild horses from an area of federal land in Nevada known as the Caliente […]
Source: SwissInfo.ch An Australian slaughterhouse supplying horse meat to Switzerland was found guilty of animal abuse On Sunday the “Mise au point” programme of Swiss public broadcaster RTS showed footage external linkof horses being beaten, kicked and electrocuted at the Meramist abbatoir near Brisbane. The hidden camera footage taken last year was sent anonymously […]
This teeny baby dwarf horse could barely walk when she was rescued. Soon she got strong enough to run with her dog siblings — and shocked everyone when she started moonwalking down the barn aisles!