Every year, approximately 100,000 American horses are slaughtered for human consumption. Children's ponies, show horses, family horses, retired show horses, or horses from families who just can't afford them any longer are all at risk of being auctioned off and then slaughtered. While the horses are waiting for their time to be auctioned off they spend countless hours or even nights in overcrowded pens with no food, and no water.
Horse slaughter is America’s dirty little secret. Approximately 130,000 American horses are shipped to Canada and Mexico each year to be slaughtered for human consumption. But horse slaughter isn’t humane for horses and horse meat isn’t healthy for humans. Please take action to keep horses off the table: aspca.org/HorseMeat
Each year, more than 100,000 American horses -- working, racing and companion horses and even children's ponies -- are horrifically slaughtered for human consumption. They are inhumanely transported long distances across our borders, in cramped trailers without food, water or rest. Then they are brutally slaughtered, and their meat is shipped overseas. Sadly, the vast majority of the horses that become victims of this predatory and deceptive industry are young, healthy animals who could have…
Each year, approximately 150,000 American horses are trucked to Mexico and Canada to be slaughtered for human consumption. Horse slaughter is a cruel, unnecessary, predatory industry that has no domestic market.
Help Save Horses From Slaughter . Every year, approximately 130,000 American horses are shipped across our nation's borders to be slaughtered for human consumption. These intelligent, sensitive animals are being turned into someone's dinner, and it's time for all of us to come together and do something about it. Horse slaughter is not humane: Horses bound for slaughter can be shipped for more than 24 hours without food or water.
Each year, more than 100,000 American horses — working, racing and companion horses and even children’s ponies — are inhumanely transported long distances in cramped trailers without food, water or rest. Then they are brutally slaughtered, and their meat is shipped overseas for human consumption. The majority of these horses are young, healthy animals who could have led productive lives with loving owners if they’d been given the chance.