American Museum of Agriculture kills two healthy mules for realistic exhibit | Write... and Ride | The Jurga Report: Horse Health, Welfare, and Care | Scoop.it

"Welcome to the American Museum of Agriculture. Their vision is to build a first-class museum facility that will teach visitors where their food and fibre come from through artifacts, interpretive displays, and interactive exhibits.


"Their mission? To preserve the history of, tell the story of, and instill pride in American agriculture and values. Even if it means killing to do so..."


@FranJurga writes: Can exhibits be too realistic? The American Museum of Agriculture is drawing fire for its new exhibit featuring stuffed--and intentionally killed--mules. The Write & Ride blog eloquently challenges the mindset that would send an educational institution out shopping for animals to kill in the name of education.


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