Law For Transportation To Slaughter Now Being Drafted

Regulations in support of the Commercial Transportation of Equine for Slaughter Act, passed by Congress on March 28, 1996, are now being drafted, according to Steve Ralls, American Horse Council director of legislative affairs. The landmark legislation, part of the Farm Bill, will regulate the way horses are transported to slaughter facilities, ensuring humane treatment of

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