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Equine Welfare Experts to Converge on Wellington

CHICAGO, (EWA) – Equine welfare advocates from several countries will meet this weekend at the fourth annual International Equine Conference (IEC). Invited guests who are expected to attend include Governor Charlie Crist, and Representatives Ted Deutch and Patrick Murphy. The IEC is organized by the Equine Welfare Alliance and Wild Horse Freedom Federation, and will be hosted by Victoria McCullough at her estate in Wellington, FL. The event brings together a wide spectrum of people dedicated to the welfare of domestic equines and the protection of wild horses and burros.

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Evidence to Prove GAO report FRAUDULENT

July 31, 2013 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: John Holland, President, Equine Welfare Alliance 540.268.5693 john@equinewelfarealliance.org Laura Allen, Executive Director, Animal Law Coalition 425.419.7301 lauraallen@animallawcoalition.com EWA and ALC produce evidence showing GAO Horse Welfare report was fraudulent EWA (Chicago) – The Equine Welfare Alliance (EWA) and the Animal Law […]

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Study Exposes Real Reasons Behind Decline of US Horse Industry

Chicago (EWA) – The Equine Welfare Alliance has released the first comprehensive analysis of economic forces that have caused major shrinkage of the horse industry in recent few years. The study analyzes the cost of alfalfa, grass hay, corn and gasoline as well as the impact of the extended recession, and explains why breed registries have seen an approximately 50% reduction in foal registrations since 2007.

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Poll Finds Big Ag Horse Slaughter Promotion Has Backfired

Chicago (EWA) – A poll conducted in January by Lake Research Partners for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) found that 80% of Americans are strongly opposed to horse slaughter. The highly respected research group based its survey on 1,008 voters giving the results a 3% margin of error. The poll found opposition was consistent across all sectors, including horse owners.

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