Monthly Archives: February 2013

Food Animal Producers – Outrage!

Many have asked what’s the difference between a horse, cow, pig or any other animaI slaughtered for food. I have some of my own opinions I would like to share with food animal producers. U.S. Horse slaughter is not just … Continue reading

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The Truth About Drug Affidavits and Health Certificates

Let’s set some FACTS first so everyone can make their own decisions regarding horsemeat. Unlike any other livestock, where the majority is kept and raised for human consumption, horses are not! Horse owners in the U.S., typically have no idea … Continue reading

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The Public Has A Right To Know!

Even I am amazed at what I have learned recently about ‘meat’ processing. We need to be able to inform the public about the horses! Even the horsmeat scandal is being blamed on pink slime.. http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2013/feb/12/horsemeat-scandal-european-regulation-changes This is what we … Continue reading

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Food Standards Agency – I Don’t Think So!

Food Standards Agency apparently has their ‘own’ interpretation of the law and talks from both sides of their xo#$x. First they write there is no safe level and then write that because the amounts of bute detected in the contaminated … Continue reading

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My Girls and the Horsemeat Scandal

I am trapped by the horsemeat scandal. Somehow I feel linked and I’m obsessed because my horses are still missing and the authorities here have done nothing just like they are trying to do with the horsemeat scandal. If the … Continue reading

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A Bit on the Irish Horsemeat Scandal – They Don’t Care!

This is absurd, especially given that the entire manufacturing sector is working on ‘six sigma’ quality or parts per million defect……. —— The Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) advises vets that if an owner or keeper of a horse does not … Continue reading

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