Welcome to the American Slaughter! Who’s next in line, we slaughter our cats, dogs, cows, chickens, pigs, horses, innocent people in other countries, and any other helpless people or animal that we can control or overpower. This country has a real sickness festering inside of it’s self. People really need to open their eyes as to what kind of world is being created here, and what they are being conditioned to except. Where does the slaughter end…and with who?

Straight from the Horse's Heart

Information supplied by Front Range Equine Rescue


April 10, 2012 (Larkspur, Colorado) — Through its own investigation, Front Range Equine Rescue (FRER) has discovered that Valley Meats Co., 3845 Cedarvale Rd., in Roswell, NM, has applied for inspection of horses to be “custom slaughtered” and “processed” for human consumption.  According to the facts uncovered, the facility has been involved in extended discussions with the Denver office of the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).  The FSIS inspects animals and meat in American slaughterhouses under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Horse slaughter for food is a national disgrace, given the iconic nature of American horses and the especially brutal methods used to kill them.  FRER has mounted an extensive legal battle to keep American horses from being slaughtered for food, in or out of the country, in…

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