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By Dan Flynn on January 20, 2023
A lengthy joint resolution in the Wyoming House calls upon Congress to bring back equine slaughter and processing for markets outside the United States. Wyoming is offering the resolution as a “best management practice” for all those wild mustangs that roam and breed with little effective management throughout the Cowboy State.
By offering the solution to Wyoming’s wild mustang problem, the usual sides are lining up. Wyoming’s Park County Commissioner Lee Livingston sees equine slaughter as “practical and humane.” Grace Kuhn, speaking for the American Wild Horse Campaign, said it’s “impractical and inhumane.”
The slaughter of horses for human food — widely practiced in other parts of the world — ended in the United States in 2007 when Congress prohibited the expenditure of public funds for equine inspections without which its sale for human food is prohibited...
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Mustangs have long played a roll in the West. They play a roll in endurance riding too: mustangs were the 2018 Haggin Cup winner; the highest LD mileage equine; the 2001 and 2010 AERC Hall of Fame horses.
This administration calls mustangs an "existential threat" to America's public lands.
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