While horse slaughter does not currently occur on U.S. soil, more than 70,000 domestic and wild horses are rounded up each year to be shipped to Mexico and Canada for processing and human consumption in other parts of the world. Guest Carol Walker is a fierce advocate for wild horses and partners with Animal Wellness Action for legislative and regulatory protections.
She joins Marty Irby and Scott Beckstead from AWA to discuss the issue and possible solutions.
In Canada, an association has been able to stop these roundups by the government. Can‘t we follow their lead and learn how they were able to stop them? They even proved how predators take many of the foals, so the horses don‘t overpopulate.
Saturday Dec 18, 2021
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