Well, here we go again. More slings and arrows at Canada's horse slaughter industry. Maybe this time it will actually do some damage. No doubt Canada's horse slaughter industry is rife with problem...
Jenny Elizabeth Campbell's insight:
I'm against horse slaughter to begin with but the fact that people who are eating tainted meat is wrong. Slaughter houses should be taking their time and scanning meat for any drugs. They say that in a horse life there is a huge chance I think around 80% chance that they have had bute which is a painkiller for horses. Any horse that has had any type of medications or drugs should not be slaughtered. This ties in with the horse racing industry that has gone down hill in Ontario as well. More and more race horses are ending up in auction and then bought by meat buyers, then sent for meat. These horses have had lots of drugs in their lifetime and should not be slaughtered. But do to the slaughter houses lack of responsibility they just let them slip in cause they very rarely have drug screening.
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