I've written about the horse cloning company ViaGen in past articles, including more about the history of cloned horses included in this article
There is a survey below the NBC news article that asks "Should cloning be used to create animals for competition or food?" If ViaGen wins this court case, will it crack open the door for them to clone horses for food?
The battle here is getting beyond serious with implications of Congressional approval looming large. In addition more and more diversity is being represented among the pro-slaughter component. Thanks are due to ALL who stand up in this war on slaughter! Video: Federal Judge STOPS Horse Slaughter Plants | Straight from the Horse's Heart.
Fargo - Thousands of people are reading about the saga of stallions like Thunder and mares like Spotted Blue as they wait to learn the fate of their offspring in Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western…
SOURCE: PPJ Gazette
By Debbie Coffey Copyright 2013 All Rights Reserved.
At a time when so many horses are being sent to slaughter, who are the two men who have filed an antitrust lawsuit against the American Quarter Horse Association to force it to allow cloned horses to be registered?
(photo - Amarillo Globe News)
Dr. Gregg Veneklasen and Jason Abraham…
Former Gov. Bill Richardson Thursday met in Washington D.C with meet with U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and urge him to stop the reopening of horse slaughterhouses, but didn’t come back with the response he hoped to hear.
“I appreciate Secretary Vilsack’s willingness to meet with me and listen to the concerns of our foundation and those of others who adamantly oppose horse slaughter,” Richardson said in a news release.
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Source: the UK's Yorkshire Post
SUPERMARKET giant Tesco has become the latest retailer to drop a major supplier after discovering a range of spaghetti bolognese ready meals contained more than 60% horse meat.
Tests on its frozen Everyday Value Spaghetti Bolognese, which was withdrawn last week as a precaution, showed some had high levels of contamination, it said.
It followed frozen food firm…
TORONTO - More than a dozen towns in southern Alberta declared states of emergency after swollen rivers crested their banks Thursday, forcing many communities to order mandatory evacuations.
Kevan Yaets and his cat Momo had to swim to safety after his pickup truck was swept away after the Highwood River overflowed its banks in High River, south of Calgary.
Check out these dramatic photos captured by Canadian Press photographer Jordan Verlage.