U.S. Agribusiness lobbying hard for return of horse slaughter

Fund Horse, US Flag and Capitol Dome. Vivian Grant Farrell.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Meat peddlers in the U.S. are happy. Why? In a word. China. While trying to put together some statistics on U.S. meat production and consumption during Meat Out for Mustangs, a meat man made this remark to Tuesday's Horse, "The meat industry here [U.S.] could care less if the entire English speaking world… Continue reading U.S. Agribusiness lobbying hard for return of horse slaughter

Donkeys are under threat worldwide

Originally published by Horse & Man. Go there now » By Cat Purdy | July 30, 2017 A donkey holocaust is under way around the world. The carnage began in China and now extends to nearly every continent on Earth. The sought-after ingredient is called donkey hide gelatin, or ejiao (e-gee-ow) in Chinese. Made by… Continue reading Donkeys are under threat worldwide