MY FRIENDS!!! THE BLM!!!!
Press Release from Front Range Equine Rescue
BLM could, but does not yet, provide proper oversight to prevent wild horse slaughter
(December 17, 2012). Front Range Equine Rescue (FRER) filed a legal petition with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) today to stop the sale of wild horses gathered from the range to individuals who then sell them to slaughter facilities. The Petition demonstrates that the spirit of the 1971 Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act, and the stated policy of the BLM, prohibit the sale of these equine representatives of American history to purchasers who see them as profit centers for the international slaughter market. Allowing these icons of the frontier to end up as someone else’s dinner is an unacceptable denigration of the valuable place these animals hold in both past and contemporary American culture.
Current federal oversight of horses going to slaughter, whether by the BLM or…
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TOO MANY PEOPLE IN THE USA TOO!!!!
Information supplied by Front Range Equine Rescue
Meat From Horses Not Raised For Food Presents Public Health Hazard
WASHINGTON (April 9, 2012)—Front Range Equine Rescue and The Humane Society of the United States filed a legal petition with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to prevent former companion, working, competition and wild horses from being used as human food. The petition alleges that the drugs given to these horses throughout their lives are banned for animals used for food under federal law and/or are potentially dangerous to humans. Using these horses for human consumption creates an unacceptable and illegal public health threat under the Federal Meat Inspection Act. The groups sent a similar petition to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration last month.
Current USDA rules do not require sufficient testing or documentation to ensure that former companion and other non-livestock horses slaughtered for human food do not contain or have…
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STOP WOMEN FROM USING PREMARIN!!!!!
BACKGROUND | FOX NEWS
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez said Friday she is asking federal officials not to allow a southeastern New Mexico company to open the nation’s first slaughterhouse for horses since 2007.
Martinez plans to send a letter to the U.S. Department of Agriculture asking it deny a Roswell meat company’s request for inspections that would allow it to operate.
“Despite the federal government’s decision to legalize horse slaughter for human consumption, I believe creating a horse slaughtering industry in New Mexico is wrong and I am strongly opposed,” Martinez said in a statement.
Valley Meat Co. has filed an application with the U.S. Department of Agriculture for its 7,300-square-foot plant outside of town. Documents obtained by the Humane Society of the United States and Front Range Equine Rescue show that horses would be “custom slaughtered” and processed for human consumption at the plant, the Albuquerque Journal reported…
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Oh-I have LOTS of thoughts on this…..Most of which I’m not allowed to print, or I’ll lose my WP privileges. But here is one I AM allowed to post! MAYBE, the FDA could STOP ALLOWING THE PRODUCTION OF PREMARIN!!!! Tell these dry women to use Vaseline and try Black Kohosh
Associated Press Report
WRITTEN BY JERI CLAUSING
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – A New Mexico meat company that wants to resume domestic horse slaughter for food is suing the federal government, alleging inaction on its application was driven by emotional political debates and has cost it hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Valley Meat Co. is seeking to force the U.S. Department of Agriculture to resume inspections necessary to open what would be the nation’s first new horse slaughterhouse in more than five years.
The company and its owner, Rick de los Santos, have also sued the Humane Society of the United States, Front Range Equine Rescue, and Animal Protection of New Mexico, accusing the organizations of defamation during a yearlong dispute that has reignited debate over the humane treatment of horses and how best to control the nation’s exploding equine population.
Perhaps the most divisive question is whether the noble, iconic animals…
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I HAVE PLEADED WITH A MAJOR DEVELOPER IN THE RENO AREA TO DO WHATEVER HE DOES TO GET THRU THE PERMIT PROCESS,ETC-TO ALLOW ME TO PUT UP A FENCE!!!!! JEEEZZ!! I’M PAYING FOR THE BLOODY THING AND HE WONT EVEN ACKNOWLEDGE ME!!!! WTF, I THOUGHT MAN IN BUSINESS WOULD HAVE JUMPED AT THE OPP. TO MAKE A BUCK AT THE EXPENSE OF OTHERS, ESPECIALLY THE HORSES…GOD BLESS THEIR SWEET LITTLE SOULS, THEY’LL SOON BE OFF THIS EARTH, AND OFF TO A BETTER PLACE , I HOPE..
Christina Posey.chrissie says…THE NEVADA DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE AND BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT ARE LIARS….NEVER, EVER, TRUST…THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DO…