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Volunteers raced to save horses evacuated during the Easy Fire as flames raged nearby Wednesday morning. Ventura County Animal Services put out a call for help for volunteers with horse trailers who could get the large animals to safety. They asked those people who want to help to text 805-469-0896 with a picture of their…
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Talk about horsepower in agriculture often about several hundreds per unit. The times when there was only one are rare, but here are two.
In a phone call to the CFIA, we were told that just under 24,000 U.S. horses were slaughtered in Canada in 2018. See the overall numbers of horses slaughtered in Canadian plants for 2008 through 2016 here. Also in 2018, we found that nearly 66,000 U.S. horses were transported to Mexico for slaughter. TAKE ACTION […]
Equine Therapy is the practice of interactions between horses and humans to promote wellbeing and assist with building confidence, self-esteem, personal growth and a greater understanding of self. It is used to treat a number of mental and physical ailments including stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction and eating disorders, often in combination with more traditional…
“At the end of a smile, there’s a laugh’n a half” – a line from a song of the danish rock band “DAD”. Wonder if the horse smile or laugh at me.? The headline is the title of one of their other songs.
As one foal watches me, three others are sleeping, while two birds hitch a ride.
Death and disarray on the racetrack seems to know no bounds. The numbers in the title of this post are what you find when visiting the UK based Animal Aid’s Race Horse Death Watch page. They describe their mission: Animal Aid’s Race Horse Death Watch was launched during the 2007 Cheltenham Festival. Its purpose is to […]