rivertrailsrider, 4/ 3/2013 - 10:32am "Pro slaughter continuely claims slaughter is nessassary because of too many unwanted horses. What causes unwanted horses? Obviously too many horses are being bred. Pro slaughter 's solution? Having a slaughter buisness that BUY's 150,000 horses a year.You know, Pay's people money to sell them there horse. Yah ,that sure is a good incentive to stop people from breeding too many horses allright. That sure will solve the problem. What? You mean you've been doing this for 30 years and you still have too many horses being bred.Hmm, just cant figure that one out. For over 30 years the US has continuously sold on average over 100,000 horses a year for slaughter. Yet pro slaughter has continuously claimed there is still a glut of "unwanted" horses for which horse slaughter is the solution. Horse slaughter hasn't worked. If it had worked, in a few years time there would not still have been any excess horses available to sell to the slaughter market. Certainly not a sustainable 100,000 plus horses a year. Thirty years is enough time to prove slaughter is NOT the answer. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Isn't it time we end this predatory buisnessonce and for all and try something new? As long as there is horse slaughter, it GARRENTEIS an endless cycle of over breeding, creating the excess horses that are needed to supply the profitable horse slaughter business. Its not about helping unwanted horses. Its just about the money. Gloria Eighmey"
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