Horse Mom’s homemade anti-fungal recipe

Every once in awhile — particularly in “mud season” in the spring, we have some outbreaks of fungal skin conditions such as scratches, rain rot, or just random crusty or itchy spots. I’ve always been leery of using harsh chemicals, some of which interact dangerously with each other. So, I was looking for something natural . . . → Read More: Horse Mom’s homemade anti-fungal recipe

The Horse | Proposed Canadian Bill Could Halt U.S. Slaughter Exports

From The Horse: Proposed Canadian Bill Could Halt U.S. Slaughter Exports. New legislation has been introduced in Canada to ” forbid the import and transport of horses for slaughter for human consumption in that country” and “amends the Canadian Meat Inspection Act to prohibit the import, export or transport of horsemeat products within Canada on . . . → Read More: The Horse | Proposed Canadian Bill Could Halt U.S. Slaughter Exports

New Canadian Horse Slaughter Regulations – Part II

My last post on this subject addressed the new Canadian regulations for horses that will be slaughtered and processed for edible meat.

Check here for a recap of the new rules.

How will the new regulations change the way horses are handled, both before and after shipment to Canada?

Will the new regulations . . . → Read More: New Canadian Horse Slaughter Regulations – Part II

Horse Slaughter: New Canadian Rules

New Canadian regulations affecting horse slaughter take effect July 1, 2010. . . . → Read More: Horse Slaughter: New Canadian Rules

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