Horses are still being exported for slaughter. Will Trudeau take action?

OPINION: GLOBE AND MAIL | 30th January 2023 By Jann Arden and Jessica Scott-Reid Ahead of the most recent federal election, as Justin Trudeau and his Liberal party were racing toward voting day, campaign promises were hitting the news cycle fast and furiously. Banning the export of live horses for slaughter was an easy appeal.… Continue reading Horses are still being exported for slaughter. Will Trudeau take action?

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