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Tennessee is building a slaughter plant for horses

 
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2012 2:53 pm    Post subject: Tennessee is building a slaughter plant for horses  Reply with quote

This is just an FYI.  Tennessee has passed a law that horses may now be slaughtered legally and a plant is currently being built in the Tennessee Walking Horse area of Tennessee.  I am not asking for sides.  What I am doing is informing those who have horses that are fat and healthy and easy to catch in this economy...just be aware of who is checking out your property.  Slaughter houses like nice, easy to handle healthy horses.  Not the thin rescue types that a lot of folks worry about and help rescue.  So this is just information to pass on because any healthy horse breed is a risk from a thief.

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