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Officials seized an unspecified number of slaughter-bound horses that might not have been meant for human consumption.
by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Feb 28, 2020
The Kenyan Ministry of Agriculture announced that it will be revoking licenses to slaughter donkeys, effective immediately.
by Pat Raia | Aug 27, 2018
Two horses are receiving rehabilitative care after being taken from an illegal slaughter farm in Florida.
by Edited Press Release | Nov 13, 2017
The goal is to ensure welfare standards for animals–including horses, ponies, and other equids–are met and enforced.
by Pat Raia | Sep 28, 2017
The decaying remains of three horses ostensibly butchered for meat were found in Hialeah Gardens.
by Pat Raia | Aug 4, 2017
The act is intended to prohibit U.S. horse processing plant development and the export of horses for processing.
by Pat Raia | Jul 21, 2017
This comes after the House of Representatives declined to forbid the USDA from funding horsemeat inspections.
by Pat Raia | Jul 13, 2017
The measure would allow funding for USDA personnel to conduct horsemeat inspections at U.S. processing plants.
by Pat Raia | May 12, 2017
Cure restaurant sparked a federal investigation after it served horsemeat as part of a special dinner menu.
by Pat Raia | May 8, 2017
While the bill effectively prohibits horse processing in the United States, some believe it could endanger wild horses.
by Pat Raia | Apr 17, 2017
A Quebec facility announced April 12 that it would cease horse processing because new regulations impacted profits.
by Pat Raia | Mar 15, 2017
Regulations would require horses imported from the U.S. to be held in Canadian feedlots for a minimum of 6 months.